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Easy: Stress Test Mac OS X

Stress Test Mac OS X

Are you looking for a way to max your Mac’s CPU’s to 100% over a period of time? You can easily do this without the need of software. You may be interested in stress testing your Mac for performance investigation, heat exhaustion, testing your Macs fans, or even to help quickly drain your Mac laptop battery....

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Easy: Change Microsoft Word for Mac OS X Auto Save Time

Change Microsoft Word for Mac OS X Auto Save Time

You can change the default auto-save time Microsoft Word on Mac OS X is setup to auto save documents. The default auto-save time on Word for Mac OS X is 10 minutes (in the latest version of Word). This is a reasonable value, however for people that often type more in shorter time frames, you can...

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Fix: This Version of Citrix Receiver Does Not Support Select Encryption

Citrix Receiver Support Selected Encryption

If you recently updated Citrix Receiver and attempt to open a XenApp application, you may receive the following error.   This version of Citrix Receiver does not support selected encryption. Please contact your administrator.   A documented fix by Citrix is here.   Try to increase the ICE Client timeout. Open Windows registry and add the...

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Fix: Failed to Verify the Server Certificate Mac Mail

Failed To Verify Server Certificate Mail Mac

While using Mac Mail, you may receive the following error while opening Mail or adding a new email account.   Connecting Insecure Failed to verify the server certificate. This could be because of your network configuration or your proxy settings.    *Update* - This is likely caused by Avast Web Filtering being enabled and blocking Gmail web access for adding...

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Easy: Mac OS X Recovery Mode Key Combination

Mac OSX Recovery Mode Key Combinations

Today’s Mac computers have a built in feature called recovery mode which allows you to start your Mac computer on a separate boot partition on your hard drive and restore from Time Machine backup, reinstall Mac OS, or use disk utility. If your Mac does not have the built in recovery mode, you can attempt to...

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