|Any Mac/Apple related questions.Elia|
|I don't answer Mac OS 9 questions anymore, thank you. Current Tech: Mac OS X 10.4 - 10.8, Some shell scripting, cron, Mac OS X Server 10.2-10.6, AD-OD Integration, Automator, Word Press Blogging, All CURRENT Mac models, iLife '09 and previous, iWork '09 and previous, Apple Remote Desktop, WiFi, iOS jailbreaking/unlocking, some MS SharePoint (design, not development) Devices: iPhone(original-4s) & iPad(through 3rd gen), AppleTV(all models), Airport Express, Time Capsule Old Skool, meaning I have this experience as a base, but don't answer questions on it anymore: Mac OS Environment 7.5.3-OS 9 (please upgrade for pete's sake!), PowerBook G3/G4(all models), Mac/Windows Networking, PowerPC 604-G4 desktop models, Outlook 2001, Photoshop 7 and previous, Flash MX, Dreamweaver MX Mac OS X Public Beta-10.4, all Windows Server operating systems and use. Dabbler: Newton 2100 w/ WiFi and NSync, Yellow Dog Linux, Suse Linux (PPC), Ubuntu Linux, Vista Business|
Cameron, Thanks for writing! Wikipedia has a nice page on this: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Firmware Firmware is low-level programming contained in (sometimes) flash memory, providing access to
Cameron, Thanks for writing! A few things can cause a Magic Mouse to disconnect from a computer. 1. BlueTooth/rf interference: devices or transmitters that use the same or similar frequencies as BlueTooth
Ernie, Thanks for writing! I've not fiddled with this myself, but Apple has a short tech note on it: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202828 "Change the font size on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch
There is no connection to firewall or adblocks. You can surely use one, but the behavior you described goes beyond typical web ads annoyance. Adblock: Try Ublock Origin (Download from Chrome store)
Hi Yolande This is strange. Do you have many files you need on your iMac? Did you backup?