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Old 03-06-2015, 03:57 PM   #31
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If you use your Mac for work then microsoft one note is fantastic. It's free and syncs between all your devices. Dropbox also syncs between devices and integrates into OS.
If you need a pro video playback system with on the fly aspect and colour correction then Playback Pro plus is good, expensive but good.
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And for god sake turn on find my Mac and find my iPhone
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Old 29-06-2018, 05:22 PM   #32
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Hi I'm new here. Thanks for all the inputs! I've been a Mac user since 2011 and so far, so good. I haven't had any problems at all. And of course being an iPhone user, it helped a great deal with backups and smooth synchronization.

For my data files, I go for this Mac data recovery software. These are just some of its features:
  • An easy-to-use interface with clear instructions to guide users
  • The option to recover deleted data, data from a corrupted hard drive, data from a deleted partition, data from a formatted hard drive, or simply data that has gone missing
  • The ability to save a single file, multiple selections of files, or the entire contents of the drive
  • The ability to preview various types of files such as photos and documents to check if they are the right ones before recovery
  • Dedicated help channels such as email response and live chat via a website
  • The option to recover data from USBs, SD cards, and even digital cameras and phones

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Hope this helps!
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