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Does the Wi-Fi on your Mac keep switching to another network? Here's the fix!

Why does my Mac keep switching to another Wi-Fi network? How do I make it stay on my network?

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How to set up Wi-Fi on your Mac

Whether you just recently got a wireless router in your house, or you are trying to access the internet at your local coffee shop, setting up your Mac to use a Wi-Fi only take a few clicks of the mouse and a few clacks of your keyboard.

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Apple releases OS X 10.11.6 to the public with bug fixes and security improvements

Apple has released OS X 10.11.6 to the public, bringing along a slew of bug fixes.

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10 tiny macOS Sierra features I love

Sure, we're all excited about the big macOS Sierra features, but there are a lot of small changes that will make our Macs shine, too!

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How the new Messages effects work on older iPhones, iPads, and Macs

You can slam messages or send handwritten messages to fellow iOS 10 or macOS Sierra beta pals, but what will that look like for friends with older machines?

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Should you upgrade to the macOS Sierra or iOS 10 public beta?

The public betas for Apple's new Mac, iPhone, and iPad operating systems are here. But before you rush out to download the software, consider whether you should be downloading it.

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How to send macOS public beta feedback

Betas are for testing. Developer betas are for developers to test with, and they have Bug Reporter—colloquially known as "radar"—to handle any problems they may encounter. The rest of us on the public beta have Feedback Assistant. If you're running the public beta, it's on your Mac and it's easy to use!

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macOS Sierra public beta: The ultimate guide

Apple has released a public beta for the upcoming version of macOS Sierra. That means you can now register to try it out, enroll your Mac, download it, and start to experience what's coming this fall. It's a real beta, though. So you shouldn't put it on your primary Mac, and you should know how to downgrade back to El Capitan if you need to. That's where this guide comes in!

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Everything you need to know about Apple's developer and public betas

If you have an Apple development account or are signed up with the company's free public beta program, here's what you need to know to get access to software betas.

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How to partition your Mac to test macOS Sierra

The macOS Sierra public beta is here, but it's still beta software — if you only have one Mac, consider partitioning your drive to test Apple's prerelease software.

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