1. Fix Safari Browser Pop-ups for Moneypak Viruses
"Your browser has been blocked," "All activities on this computer have been recorded", and "All your files are encrypted" … If your Mac browser shows you such types of messages that pretend to be from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, then the Safari web browser of your Mac computer has been seized and you are now badly exposed to Cyber-criminals. But you don’t worry; you can avoid this message by making some changes in your Safari web browser.
For last several years, Windows users have been affected by ransomware asking them to pay several hundred dollars if they would like to unlock their computers. The same way, cyber-criminals have attempted to target Mac users so as to trick them to take away dollars. Read more at http://applehelpsupport.jimdo.com/2016/05/03/800-961-1963-fix-safari-browser-pop-ups-for-moneypak-virus/
2. Apple MacBook is Now Better and Faster
Most technical advancements appear to be inclined to one direction – creating better and faster devices. We can take an example of our computer systems that have journeyed a long way to get the size and weight that we see today – Apple MacBook is one among the most technical innovations that have redefined the way how we have been experiencing computers.
Over year, Apple has turned its MacBook into an attractive and the most efficient machine that works in accordance with your requirements. Recently, Apple has introduced its second-generation MacBook that promises to address two key worries with the most gorgeous notebook: processor speed and battery life. Read more at https://www.smore.com/t5hne-apple-macbook-better-and-faster
3. How to Change or Add Ringtones on OSX
One of the cool features OS X Yosemite includes is the method how a user can add ringtones in iPhone within OS X. As so many users have got the iPhone calls in Yosemite much off-putting, they can now change the default Yosemite ringtone for iPhone calls, rather than disabling the phone calls that stops the users from receiving any phone calls in OS X Yosemite.
By default, the ringtone for incoming iPhone calls and FaceTime Audio and Video calls in OS X Yosemite has the same ringtone as iOS has – several users it is noisy, irritating, and disquieting, particularly when a user is quite busy with his/her work in office wearing a headphone and his/her Mac starts ringing and breaks the silent oddly. Read more at http://apple-support.applehelp.support/how-to-add-ringtones-in-apple-os-x-yosemite/
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