Reset the printing system in MacOS Sierra

Whatever the problems are, reset the printing system seems to fix all common Printer Problems in MacOS Sierra. From MacOS Sierra desktop,  go to  Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Printers & Scanners. Then right mouse on the Particular Printer, then choose “Reset Printing system…”

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Fix MacOS Sierra Battery Life Problems

Facing Short Battery life trouble after upgrade to MacOS Sierra? Look at the following tips to maximize battery life with Mac OS X 10.12. Turn Off Spotlight Indexing That disable Spotlight indexing would help to improve your battery life a lot. How to turn it off? System Preferences > Hit Spotlight > Privacy tab > Next > Click on + […]

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How to fix Slow Finder in MacOS Sierra

Finder is too slow on MacOS Sierra and constantly freezes? Are you facing Abnormally Slow Folder Opening & Folder Populating? Look at the following solution to fix. Fix completely if Finder working slowly in MacOS Sierra From Sierra Finder window, press Command+Shift+G to call “Go To Folder” function and enter the following path: ~/Library/Caches/CloudKit/ Find and […]

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Guide to fixing MacOS Sierra Mail problems

There will be variety of mail issues that you may face after upgrading to the new MacOS Sierra.  Your particular case probably belongs to one of the following problems. Mail configure problem You can not verify your email account due to wrong configuration. Just use this useful tool to get your email account set correctly. […]

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Handoff and AirDrop not working in MacOS Sierra [Fix]

How to fix if Handoff and AirDrop not working in MacOS Sierra? Whatever your problems are, just take the following steps to get they working correctly. Your firstly turn off Bluetooth. Then remove the following file:  /Library/Preferences/com.apple.Bluetooth.plist Finally, turn the Bluetooth back on Done! Handoff and AirDrop must work correctly under MacOS Sierra now.

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How to Verify & Repair Permissions in MacOS Sierra

ToVerify & Repair Permissions in MacOS Sierra, you can do by using command lines with Terminal. However, this is quite complicated. We better use the old Disk Utility – Yosemite version. Download Disk Utility 10.10 (Yosemite version) here. Open Disk Utility app Select the disk from the list of volumes. Click on the First Aid tab. […]

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