Although new Apple Macbooks have the ability to quickly unlock your mac using your fingerprint with touchbar, there are still plenty of Macs out there (Macbooks built before the touchbar feature, iMacs, Mac Pro’s, and even Hackintoshes etc.) that don’t natively support this feature (Hello Apple, you make the software and hardware for your products, this is a no brainer). If you are like me and either have your mac locked with an annoyingly long (but secure) password, or, you just hate typing your mac password all the time, there are a couple ways you can make things easier for yourself. Unlocking your Mac with your iPhone’s Touch ID, or it’s bluetooth and wifi proximity sensors, is possible, but the solution comes from 3rd party apps as opposed to natively being a part of Mac OS (why Apple why?). Continue reading “How to automatically unlock your Mac with your iPhone using touch ID or proximity detection.”
Today, you are going to learn how to mine Z-Cash on your newly built Hackintosh running an NVidia GTX 1080 GPU in my first guide and tutorial for Nerd-Tech.net. Continue reading “How to automate mining Z-Cash, in a suprnova.cc pool, running MAC OS High Sierra on your hackintosh with an Nvidia GTX 1080 GPU”
This is probably a Malware site that you shouldn’t download anything from, but I find it interesting since it’s relative to a Hackintosher. Any Mac engineers ever analyzed the contents of the downloads on this site?
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