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Windows 10 on Mac

Windows 10 on Mac

The first step in running Windows 10 as a virtual machine on your Mac is to get your hands on a virtualization product. Luckily that part doesn’t have to cost you anything! VirtualBox is a free download from here. Opt for the latest edition by clicking the ‘amd64’ link beside VirtualBox 5.0 for OS X Hosts(…)

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TCP Tips

TCP Tips

Apple software uses particular TCP and UDP ports that security software or specific network configurations might block on your computer. Use these steps to find out if TCP ports are blocked or unreachable. Test basic communication First, find and note the IP address of the computer, Apple TV, or device you are trying to connect to, such(…)

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Migrate your Windows files or system to your Mac

Migrate your Windows files or system to your Mac

You don’t have to start your Mac life from scratch—you can transfer over manyof your PC files and use them just like you have before You can easily move your Windows files to your new Mac and use them with Mac applications. Macs can open many different kinds of files from your PC, as long(…)

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MacBook Pro built-in keyboard mapping in Windows

MacBook Pro built-in keyboard mapping in Windows

MacBook built-in keyboards are similar to MacBook Pro built-in keyboards, but there are some differences (such as Keyboard Illumination keys, which are not on a MacBook keyboard). However, the majority of this article applies to MacBook keyboards as well. Sample MacBook Pro built-in keyboard Key mappings for Microsoft Windows features  Below is a chart of(…)

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