Is MacKeeper Worth It?

    A lot of Mac users will proudly proclaim that their machines will never catch a virus. While this does have some truth to it, there are still plenty of security vulnerabilities in Macs (take the “Shellshock bug” from last month for example). There are a number of software security packages available, some of them free but most of …

Is Apple Planning on Converging Mac OS X and iOS Into One OS?

  Recently there have been rumors of what the new Mac OS will look like in the future. Since the introduction of the iPhone, one argument that always comes up is that Apple should merge its desktop and mobile operating systems into a single product. Whether Apple will move to merge the operating systems or keep iOS and Mac OS …

iComputer Mac and PC Repair and IT Support at Thrive in Cherry Creek

      Open February 18th 2014 iComputer is delighted to announce that we will be opening a second location with our friends at Thrive Community in Cherry Creek Denver.  Thrive is a newly renovated   business workspace for professionals and entrepreneurs.  Thrive’s sleek and modern   business center and shared office at 201 Milwaukee Street in Denver is the perfect backdrop …

VMware Fusion 6 Professional vs. VMware Fusion 6

Which one is right for you? VMware has been overshadowed in the past by Parallels for running Windows virtual machines on the Mac OS, a mainly consumer market, consisting of home users. However VMware gained notoriety in the enterprise market for the past 15 years by providing professional level desktop and server virtualization software.  VMware’s focus is on providing virtualization tools ...

MacBook Pro 2013: New Features For Business Mac Users

  Rumors hint that Apple will release a new line of MacBook Pros and MacBook Airs as well as the new version of OS X Mavericks this fall.  Apple has remained tightlipped as usual regarding their new products however several sources in China and Korea have confirmed some aspects of the new hardware design on the MacBook Pros, expected to …

OS X Mavericks How Will It Make Your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air More Power Efficient?

The release of OS X Mavericks is right around the corner.  This operating system will use new methods to improve even more, your Mac’s performance and battery life, which are two characteristics of Macs that people already know and love.  

Time Saving Mac Keyboard Shortcut Key Combos

Time Saving Mac Keyboard Shortcut Key Combos Mac OS X keyboard shortcuts are an efficient way to execute various commands without ever needing to use a mouse or touchpad. Also many key combos can be used to troubleshoot your Mac or boot into your computer in various different ways. Mastering these can make using your Mac even easier than it already is. …

Apple (Mac OS X) FBI Moneypack Cyber Department Ransomware Virus – Steps to Remove All Signs of This Virus

    You’ve been accused of viewing prohibited pornographic content or crimes involving copyright laws and now you need to pay $300 or more to “unlock” your Mac.     This is a new type of malicious, ransomware virus that has been targeting Apple / Mac OS X users.  Ransomware is a new type of dangerous malware that can block access to …

New Apple Mac Pro

The New Mac Pros   Apple’s design engineers have gone against the status quo again with their rumored upcoming Mac Pro computer design.  As they usually do the engineers at Apple analyzed and evaluated all the hardware elements that make up a professional workstation computer.  These elements include: graphics, storage, expansion, processing power, and memory.   The new Mac Pros with …

MacBook Pros Can Boot From Media on SD Card Slots

MacBook Pros Can Boot From Media on SD Card Slots     According to Katie Marsal’s article in Apple Insider’s forums, Apple’s Non Retina Display MacBook Pros both the 13 inch and 15 inch have a SD (Secure Digital) card slot feature.  The SD card slots on the MacBook Pros are primarily for reading and writing media files to SD …