Hope everyone had a great Christmas and NY. We had a crazy time and decided to open for a short time during the Christmas period due demand but are now back open as of the 2nd as normal.
This week has been incredibly busy - it is usually hectic but this year even more so - which is great and we're working overtime to prioritise all post Christmas work - so thank you for your understanding whilst we catch up as fast as we can.
What's a Virus on a Mac? Well, in short, the Mac is not threatened by viruses, spyware and other nasties that plague the windows world. Almost all viruses are programmed to exploit security holes in Microsoft Windows. The operating system the Mac uses is far more robust.
The questions we're asked a lot then is 'do you need security and anti-virus software your Mac'. The short answer no. Unless of course your company requires it in which case although your Mac cannot be affected by them, you can pass them on in your email for example. Your Mac already has very advanced intrusion detection software built into it and very powerful features that simply 'do their thing' and don't bother you all day every day.
Increasingly, in a world where anti-virus software is so well known and the companies that manufacture it, [ much in the same way as anti-smoking medications that prey on the placebo effect do ], create a demand when it's not there implying that you must p…