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OWC Mark C

OWC Mark C
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A creative by nature, Mark is a writer, programmer, web developer, musician, culinary craftsman, and interpersonal artisan. He loves the outdoors because greenspace is to the soul as whitespace is to the written word. He does not like Diophantine geometry or mosquitos. Most everything else is okay. Oh yeah, he is also the managing editor of the Rocket Yard blog.
macbook pro with apple m1 logo and intel logo

Why Are The Memory Options So Limited on Apple’s New M1 Macs?

The title of this post raises an interesting question. There has been some chatter from people complaining that the new M1 Macs from Apple have lower memory options available than their Intel counterparts. But I have also seen folks say that perhaps memory works differently or is more efficient with an SoC architecture. So, what gives?

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macOS Big Sur Reportedly Causing Problems for Certain MacBook Pros

I usually wait a few months before upgrading to the latest and greatest macOS, or at the very least, the first major revision (macOS 11.1 in this case). But this time around, I decided to bite the bullet and load up Big Sur on my MacBook Pro. The result? So far, so good. But that hasn’t been the case for many.

Apple’s Privacy Report, Safari 14, & You.

Apple takes your data security and protecting your privacy very seriously. Unlike other tech giants who are in the business of selling your data, Apple is in the business of protecting it – seemingly at all costs.

QUICK TIP: Hide & Show the Floating Thumbnail After a Screenshot

The Screenshot app on your Mac is a pretty powerful tool. But there's one feature that can confuse people at times – the floating thumbnail. When you take a screenshot, one of two things happens; the preview either appears in the bottom right corner of your screen for a few seconds or doesn't.

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