1 Intego Mac Internet Security X9 2 Norton Security for Mac 3 Sophos Antivirus for Mac 4 Avira Antivirus for Mac 5 Antivirus Zap for Mac 6 Kaspersky Internet Security for Mac 7 ESET Cyber Security for Mac 8 Trend Micro Antivirus for Mac 9 Bitdefender Antivirus for Mac 10 Total AV Jump straight to our full best mac antivirus software list Last year, huge organisations including the NHS were hit with the WannaCry and Petya ransomware attacks, highlighting the seriousness of computer security. The good news is that if you take steps to keep your machine patched and up-to-date and install a good security software product you have nothing to worry about. If you've got a Mac and are wondering whether you need an antivirus (AV), or which Mac antivirus you should choose, you've come to the right place. Here, we reveal the best antivirus for macOS in 2018. Our current top pick is Intego Mac Internet Security X9, but you can find the … [Read more...] about How to protect against Mac malware, which is spreading at an alarming rate
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September 17 is fast-approaching, and you all know what that means - that's the day when Apple has promised to release iOS 8 to the general public! The latest and greatest iOS iteration has been available as a beta version (for developers or 'adventurous' users) for quite some time, but only now will the finished platform be pushed to the iPhones and iPads of regular consumers around the world.So, just to make it extra clear - the iOS 8 release date is September 17. That's when users can expect the new platform to arrive on their iDevices. As for the iOS 8 release time, Apple usually doesn't reveal specific release timing for its software updates, but we can make an educated guess, based on previous experiences. When launching the previous versions of iOS, Apple usually started pushing the update relatively early in the day for users on the west coast - at around 10 AM Pacific time. With a three-hour difference between Pacific and Eastern time, this means that users on the east coast … [Read more...] about iOS 8 release date and time: Available now!
After the biggest visual overhaul in iOS history last year, the new iOS 8 doesn't offer a bold and freshly overhauled look, but will bring many brand new features to your aging iOS device, and improved functionality. These are arriving to the Apple iPhone 4s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, or iPhone 5s, your iPad 2, iPad 3(new iPad), iPad 4, or iPadmini and mini 2 tablets, as well as your iPod touch 5th generation media player. Apart from the grandstanders, like the newHealthapplication, or the Interactive Notifications set, we also have a smorgasbord of smaller feature update and improvements. And the news is "massive," as Apple says, since iOS 8 will also allowthird-party keyboards, and evenforeign widgetsin the notifications center for the first time. Here's what you need to do to download and install iOS 8 on your iPhone or iPad:Clean it up and Back up the truckSuch a major iOS update is a good excuse for some fall cleaning of your … [Read more...] about How to download and install the iOS 8 update to your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch
In my review of the iPad Pro 10.5, I said that most people should probably wait until all the productivity improvements coming in iOS 11 are available before buying one. But you didn't wait, did you, you maniac? You went out and bought one, and are now wondering how you can get the most out of the machine you spent over $1,000 kitting out. One obvious thing to do is go ahead and install the iOS 11 public beta. It seems relatively stable on the iPad Pro. But my recommendation is still to wait a bit, especially if you depend on your iPad for day-to-day work. So if you’re sticking with iOS 10 for now, good on you — you are a very responsible person. And lucky for you, there are a bunch of obvious and not-so-obvious things you can do to get more use out of your shiny new iPad, making it less likely that it will end up sitting unused in your nightstand until you want to watch Netflix. Here are some of my favorite tips. This certainly isn't comprehensive, but there are the … [Read more...] about 8 tips for being productive on the iPad with iOS 10
After you have jumped through the initial screens from the Mac Setup Assistant that had you log in with your Apple ID, connect to a network and so on, your work is not done. Here are 15 settings to change or at least check on your new MacBook. 1. Check for updates Has Apple released an update to MacOS High Sierra since it built your MacBook? Find out by clicking the Apple button in the upper-left corner of your screen and then clicking About This Mac. You should be staring at the General tab of the About This Mac window. If so, click the Software Update button, which will launch the App Store app and check for updates. Now Playing: Watch this: 7 things to tweak when setting up a new MacBook 3:00 2. Show battery percentage Like an iPhone, a MacBook displays a small battery icon at the top of the display to show how much battery power remains. It's more helpful if next to this icon it also displays the percentage … [Read more...] about 10 things to tweak when setting up a new MacBook