Category Archives: Mac File Sharing Skill

What is Mac Data Recovery Software?

What is Mac Data Recovery Software?

Data recovery is the simple process of salvaging inaccessible raw or processed data from corrupted or damaged secondary storage, removable devices or hard disk etc. This process may sometimes involve using specialist software as an assistant that can also increase the effectiveness of the recovery. This article is to specifically understand the Data Recovery of the Mac introduced by the American leading technology company Apple Inc. Considering a Mac Computer and talking about Mac OS X, HPS and HFS+ are Continue Reading ››

The Benefits of Upgrading to uFlysoft

The Benefits of Upgrading to uFlysoft

uFlysoft was the software for Apple operating system. It’s hard to believe that time has flown by so fast, and that it’s time to upgrade Mac computers and Macbooks again. While the previous Apple operating system Yosemite worked great, it may be time to consider the benefits of upgrading to uFlysoft. After all, it’s a new year, and Apple may have another great operating system to release this year. Apple has utilized a California landmarks-based naming system in their latest set Continue Reading ››

Recovering Lost Video Files on a Mac

Recovering Lost Video Files on a Mac

Pretty much all computers and i phones come with video capability these days. As a result, we all get to be documentarians of our lives. Not only this, but videos can be useful ways to save important information and communicate with friends. Like any other file though, video files some times get lost in the shuffle and deleted. If this has happened (or is happening) to you, you know the pain and anxiety that results from suddenly realizing you’ve irretrievably Continue Reading ››

How to Share Files Between Mac and Windows PC Easily

How to Share Files Between Mac and Windows PC Easily

File sharing between Macs and Windows is a little lob-sided. Out of the box, Macs can detect any Windows computer connected to the local network. It appears right on the Finder’s sidebar. So naturally, it is very easy for a Windows user to share their files with anyone on a Mac. The reverse process – allowing a Mac to share its files – requires a little more attention. The transition from Tiger to Leopard has made it a little bit Continue Reading ››

Quicly and Easily-Share Files by Using Message on Your Mac

Quicly and Easily-Share Files by Using Message on Your Mac

Ever need to send a buddy a quick screenshot or file? How about sending a file from your iPhone to your friend on a Mac? Getting files from one computer to another is a fairly easy task, what with email and services like Dropbox around, but I’ve been using Messages to send files to friends, family, and even myself lately. Here’s how to do it. When on your Mac, find the file you want to send in the Finder, and right-click on it. That’s Continue Reading ››

Tagging Files and Automating Actions by Using Finder labels

Tagging Files and Automating Actions by Using Finder labels

Labels are a handy way to organize your files in the Finder by colour-coding their icons. Until OS X Mavericks is released later this year, they are a pretty good substitute for having a proper way to tag files in the Finder. Adding a label to a file or folder is simple. Just right-click the icon and choose one of the coloured squares from the menu. Alternatively, you can select the icon by clicking on it, and choose the label Continue Reading ››