MacOS X – Managing Gatekeeper (Terminal)

Gatekeeper is a feature available on MacOS X systems to block, by default, any application that is not installed from the Apple Store, for security reasons (all apps on Apple Store are validated and certified by the original developers). Let’s see how to manage this feature on MacOS X systems by accessing to it using command line (using Terminal). Read More …

Check Bluetooth version available on Windows, Linux and Mac

Bluetooth is one of the most common method/technology used to transfer the files between a mobile device and the computer, connecting to gaming devices and wireless speakers, but many times the version of Bluetooth is not supportive which creates issues in connecting and transferring the files. While most of the “smart” devices today support Bluetooth 4.0 or later, you won’t be really able to transfer the files if your Windows 10 system is not supporting at least Bluetooth 4.0. Read More …

MacOS – Edit hosts file

If you are setting up a new web server or another device that’s going to be connected to the internet and you want to put it through its paces before it’s live, or if you’re having trouble with spyware and adware networks, there’s an invisible file on your Mac that can help. It’s called the hosts file, and this is how to use it. Read More …