In addition to 235 apps that will not run with MacOS Catalina, there are many other issues users have found problematic with the newest release of Mac OS on Oct 7th. Among them: Initial installation issues, 32-bit applications will no longer work, Bluetooth connectivity, password issues, issues with iCloud and Apple ID needing to be reset.
The consensus is: if you don’t have to upgrade, then don’t. Stay with Mojave (or your current Mac OS) until these bugs have shaken out.
See the latest update from Forbes.com
FREE Recycling Takes Place April 12-22nd this year for our 4th Annual Earth-Day recycling event!
Let’s keep electronics from our landfills! We are excited to be able to help you out around the house while helping our environment.
If you are local and want to participate, please sign-up for a time for pickup. read more…
Items accepted: Computers, monitors, cords, phones, printers, mice, keyboards, scanners, fax machines, tablets, ALL types of home batteries, and mercury-containing light-bulbs.
Items not accepted: TVs and other large electronics.
Are you being inundated with inbound phony phone calls? It’s not a new problem, but it’s getting worse. Just last week Verizon started a free service to help filter Robocalls. Hopefully more providers will jump onboard.
Verizon now offers 2 tiers of their Call Filter service: A free service to filter calls and alert you of spam. Then a “paid service for $3 per month, which will also identify unknown callers by name, even if they aren’t saved in your contacts. The paid version also includes a robocall risk meter, a spam number lookup feature, and lets you create a personal robocall list” (PC Magazine)
Learn more on what scammers are trying to accomplish from this NPR report below.
Read more at https://www.npr.org/sections/alltechconsidered/2015/08/24/434313813/why-phone-fraud-starts-with-a-silent-call
Our 3rd Annual Earth-Day FREE Recycling Event Takes Place April 13-23rd!
We are excited to be able to help you out around the house while keeping electronics from our landfills. Since we are a computer company, we can’t think of a better way to help out! We are also extending the recycling this year to include batteries (any household type, including lithium) and those mercury-containing light bulbs.
If you are local and want to participate, read more…