Activity Monitor shows all the apps and processes that are currently running on your Mac. You might have to click on it twice to ensure that processes using the most CPU are sorted at the top. To quit a process, click on it, and then click the Quit Process button.
Then you choose whether to Quit or Force Quit it. But most of the time, I choose Force Quit anyway. Now, one more important tip about Activity Monitor.
How to Fix OS X Keychain Error (“Local Items”)
Its Dock icon can be extremely useful. Read this for some slow computer tips: Speedup - Almost full hard drive? Some solutions. Out of Space - Apple Battery Info. And that's perfectly understandable since Macs which may be on the same network as PCs can pass a PC type virus to the network even though the Mac can not be infected. Think about the story of " Typhoid Mary " who was a carrier of the virus although could not be infected by it.
Ive always used the free AV programs because its offered since getting my first mac in or so.
Have a cookie
I see no performance problems with having it. An article on about.
I will check out that link though thanks. Do Macs need anti-virus protection? I guess if I use it and it's not needed, then no harm is done. I have not lost anything by having it on here.
Kernel Panics Upon Shutdown | Mac Support
Mac OS X Report: Yes there is plenty to worry about. I have been infected with a Malware that uses that file to launch a very devious series of infection on my MacPro you definitely need to get your system cleaned or you will be sending out all the in formation on your box. I have had this problem for over 5 months now and still can not get a clean system.
I have reinstalled Mavericks over reformatted discs and still this reinfects me. At the moment I am currently working to get it out with Apple but this is the worst I have ever encountered. Have been an Apple reseller and still running my own business closely connected with the Computer industry the problems are extremely dangerous. You may like to take your computer to an Apple store and see if you can possibly get a clean system to install, if you down load a fresh copy from Apple you will find that this Malware will show up as an Issue when you scan in Sophos however when you install you will be reinfected with many dDaemons that will float your info.
The title should be clear. However, some logging done by syslogd can be controlled using asl. Where can I find a list of files that control all the other log files that come as standard? I would like to control them all but first I need to know who writes them on which criteria and where can I manipulate them, preferably one by one since just killing demons seems not the way to go.
- I read the following in fagotohabe.tk, "1… - Apple Community!
- where is the cd drive on a mac desktop.
- Problems removing MacSecurity-alert malware - Apple OSX.