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How Do I Clean Up My Mac From Junk

Hi in today’s tutorial I’m going to showyou little tips on how to clean your Mac on everything I’m going to show you today isfree so there’s nothing that you’re going to have to pay for basically these are simple ways to clean your Mac keeping it optimize and fast and also making sure that hard drive spaceis not being used up by cache files and log files thathave gotten blown up over time

and you really can’t see them unless youkinda dig down deep into a whole bunch of folders so I’mgonna show you little tips on how to find those log files those cache andalso how to simply keep your computers random access memory or virtual memory as clean and as available as possible sothat your applications will run faster and is not sluggish while you working so the first thing we’re gonna talkabout is how to clean your memory

so when I’m speaking about memory I’mtalking about random access memory and one of theapplications that I recommend for this which I’ve been using and I useactually throughout the day as I’m working is something calledmemory clean II will put a link to this in thecomments area of this tutorial but you can download it for free here oryou can get it in the Apple Store which it’s alsofree and when you download it just install it

from the Mac App Store like any of theother apps install into your Applications folder look for the application called memoryclean but eventually after it installs willput a little item up here this little clock item thatwill show you that you can clean I your memory fromthis little area so it makes it very available it also shows you how muchmemory you have available and if your memory goes in the red overhere it usually means you probably need

to clean it a call for this program is you actually do not have to restart yourcomputer you can clean your memory or throughout the day so when is there abig memory hog that happens while you working you mightask one of the ways is when you’re in photoshop and you have done a lot of retouching in Photoshopand now that you’ve done with it you’re not really going to use Photoshopfor lets say the next 2 hours but meanwhile there’s a whole bunch ofcache that is

space that is kinda being taken upby that program so a nice way to clean it would be usinga program such as this and it’s free so all you do is come up here click on it and then you hit this littleblue button called clean memory as you can see it’s going through theprocess so we were at shoot gigabytes let’s see if we get any more available I actually cleaned up before the tutorialso we won’t get too much more by Albert see what if we get a little bitmore than 2.3

Apple Mail Tips Tricks and Advice

Hello, everyone, and welcome to the class.Today we are talking all about Apple Mail tips, tricks, and advice. This is one of thoseclasses where you might think it’s really, really simple, but we have a ton of differentthings that we’re going to be going over today. We are live right now. We have fivehundred people tuning in from literally all over the globe. For any of you out there who are watchingthis class after the fact, if you’d ever like to take one of our live classes, theyare a free public service. You can find out more by going to our website at pcclassesonline .One thing you might want to do to help you

with the schedule is there’s a newsletterthat we put out once a week. You can sign up for it. It’s right at the top of thehomepage. Well, not the very tippy top, but anyways it’s right there. It takes two secondsto sign up, and no, we don’t sell your information to anyone. Don’t worry about that. We’re talking about Apple Mail. What I didis before I started this class, I threw out a few poll questions at our live audienceto gauge their knowledge and figure out what things we might need to spend more time onthan others. First thing I want to do is talk about one of the things that seems to confusethe most people, which is basically there

are two different types of email technologyout there. One of them is referred to as POP. The other is referred to as IMAP. The differenceis IMAP syncs. For those of you out there who have problemswhere your emails do not sync, let’s say you have a Mac, an iPhone, and an iPad andyou go through and you delete a hundred messages on your computer. Then you go to your iPad,and they’re all still there. That is a sign that you are using a POP email account. One of my little pieces of advice that I giveall of my clients who I work with privately is that it’s really ridiculous in 2015 tobe with a POP email service. You really need

to be with IMAP, especially those of you whouse email in business. After all, not only can you not see what messages you’ve deleted,you can’t see what you’ve responded to. If you’re anything like me with my ADDsoakedbrain, I can’t remember. Did I already respond to that person or not? Then I’m sendingfive responses. It’s a good idea to consider switching toan IMAP account. I’ll give you a few examples. iCloud is one of them. Gmail is anothervery popular one. There are other services out there that used to be POP that now supportIMAP, but I tend to steer some of my clients away from.

Basically the two universal ones that I tendto say work for most people are either iCloud or Gmail. The difference, as far as whichone I recommend over the other, is if you already have an Apple ID, it might be easierto use Gmail, because it can get kind of confusing otherwise. For most people, it’s going toend up being Gmail, but iCloud is another good alternative. I have just basically a million bullet pointshere on my screen. I’m just going to shoot through them and show you all these greatlittle tips and tricks. Here we go. Now please keep in mind that all the email addressesyou’re about to see are all fake, so don’t

bother trying to send an email to any of them. First thing is I want to give you two greattricks to take the people who have sent you emails and add them into your saved contacts.That way, you can respond to them, or you can write to them very easily, not just fromyour computer, but if you’re using iCloud, which hopefully you are, then you can do itvery quickly from those devices as well. I’m going to use myself here as an example, okay?This is just a link I had to send to myself for people who wanted to give a contributionto what we do. If you get an email from someone. Forgivethe fact that it has my middle initial here

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