What Is UserEventAgent, and Why Does My Mac Have It Installed?

You view the Activity Monitor and notice a process that you have never seen before: UserEventAgent. Do you have to be worried? No. This is the main process of macOS. This article explains a part of our current series processes detected in the Activity Monitor such as kernel_task, mdsworker, launchd, blued, hidd, opendirectoryd, WindowServer, installd,…

Apple’s Latest Update Gears Up Mediator-Free Support for Windows 10 Creators

MacOS Sierra 10.12.5 allows users to set up Microsoft Windows 10 Creators in Boot Camp without a hitch. With the fresh Sierra 10.12.5 roll-out, Apple has changed the game by providing users with an easy option to switch to the current Windows version. On top of that, the new operating system guarantees more secure, compatible,…

The 10-Core iMac Pro Scans Additional Upgrades Are Available Now

Now that iMac Pro officially goes to the market, we know more about the massive, expertly directed Apple computer. An exceptionally interesting fresh release in iMac Pro is that it comes with a cool fresh case of Space Gray and proper devices. This is the first iMac model, which is armed with more than a…