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Disable Find My Mac by Resetting NVRAM

It turns out that Find My Mac can easily be disabled by resetting NVRAM, which could be bad news, if your Mac has been stolen, or good news, if you’re dealing with an old Mac that wasn’t reset before being sold or turned in.

 
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Explaining Siri Suggestions and Spotlight Search in iOS 9

Fixing Garbled Fonts on Apple Support Pages

Comparing U.S. iPhone Plan Costs in a Contract-Free World

How to Mute Unwanted Tweets in Tweetbot

The Headphone Port: The Mac’s Achilles Heel

Save Space and Uninstall Apps with CleanMyMac 3

How to Disable Auto-Play Videos on Social Media

Migrating to a New Mac in the Real World

Apple Replacing Some iPhone 6 Plus iSight Cameras

 

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How to See Your iPhone’s Precise Signal Strength

How to Avoid Data Overage Charges When Traveling to Canada

How to Replace a Cracked iPhone 5c Screen with Screasy

Dealing with Recent and Future Comcast Outages

More Problems with iCloud Photo Library Uploads

Apple Replacing 3 TB Hard Drives in Some 27-inch iMacs

How to Throttle iCloud Photo Library Uploads

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