Mac Resources and Help

I'm an independent Macintosh™ computer tech...I help folks with their Macs and Mac Networks...
I teach folks on a one-to-one basis, how to use their Mac, iPhone, iPad, and Apple TVs.
How to get the most out of iCloud. And pretty much anything else you want to learn about your Apple products.

I can answer your questions about Software/Hardware/Internet/WAN-LAN Set-Up/Routers and Wireless Access Points…
Troubleshooting and Upgrades of all kinds...

Backup your data and check your backups to make sure they're working.

Please… Do Not Click On These…


Adobe Flash has been retired… it's time to uninstall it…

Here's the UnInstaller info…

Apple Upgrade Information can be found here.

According to Apple, the official compatible hardware list of Macs capable of running Mac OS High Sierra 10.13 is as follows:
High Sierra will run on 4 GB of RAM… 8 GB or more is better.

MacBook Pro (2010 and later)
MacBook Air (2010 and later)
Mac Mini (2010 and later)
Mac Pro (2010 and later)
MacBook (Late 2009 and later)
iMac (Late 2009 and later)

Only the following Macs support Mojave:

iMac models from 2012 or later
iMac Pro (from 2017)
MacBook models from 2015 or later
MacBook Pro models from 2012 or later
MacBook Air models from 2012 or later
Mac mini models from 2012 or later
Mac Pro models from late 2013 (plus mid-2010 and mid-2012 models with recommended Metal-capable GPU)

And for the geeky… a few others…

Before upgrading, check to see if your apps will be compatible in a newer operating system
Here's a
good site for checking upgradability.

It's a good idea to backup your information. Apple's Time Machine works well and is easy to set up.
Carbon Copy Cloner is also a good Utility for Backing Up your stuff and is 10.7-10.15 friendly...

Java for Mac…from Apple
SpeedTest app for Mac
SpeedTest app for iPhone and iPad

AT&T speed test
Beta Speed Test

Speed of Me
HTML5 Speed Test
Century Link Speed Test
Network Security Test
Network Security Test-2
IoT Network Test
DNS Test
Spectrum Speed Test
Link Check
IP Check
Internet Speed Guide

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so don't blame me what shows up on your screen...

Edited 9/27/21

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