You are often told to set a different password for each account, but this is troublesome. A good option is to register and log in to popular websites through social media accounts , your account will be safe and you don’t need to set a unique password for it. If you need the services of a website, but you are skeptical about it, then you can use the “temporary email” service.
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· Hi, since about 4 or 5 days, my mac is showing the login screen only in the top left corner. Less than a quarter of the screen. Has anybody the same issues? Any hint to get rid of that? MBP early 2015 all latest updates installed. i literally just got the same year and model last week. i noticed i…
· Click on the Apple menu and select System Preferences. Click on Security & Privacy. Click the Privacy button at the top right end. Click the padlock icon in the lower left corner. Enter your password when prompted. On the Left, Make sure LogMeIn is selected in the Right Frame and insert a checkmark …
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· Click the padlock icon in the lower left corner. Enter your password when prompted. Click on Accessibility from the scrolling list on the left-hand side. Insert a checkmark next to LogMeIn Client (it apparently might also be named LMIGUIAgent). Use the image below as a guide.
· Hi, I have 2 computers registered, an iMac, and a Sony PC. I have recently found that when ever I connect to my Mac, after going through the usual connection screens, I end up with a Black Screen (plus the mouse pointer) LogMeIn seems to behave as if it is correctly connected, but, obviously, I can’t see anything.
· The computer displays ‘green’ when a remote session is already going on. In this situation, a session might be jammed up in the system which would explain why it remains green although you closed the session. If you are using the Web Browser to remote on the computer, we would ask you to try using the Desktop App instead.
On the customer’s Mac, navigate to the System Preferences by doing either of the following: Click the System Preferences icon in your Dock; On the Menu Bar, click the Apple menu then select System Preferences; Click Security & Privacy. Click the Privacy tab. Click the Unlock icon …
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Start a Free Trial. Start your free trial of LogMeIn Pro. No credit card needed. 2. Install LogMeIn. While sitting at the computer you want to share, www.logmein.com and click Add Computer. 3. Send an Invitation. From the LogMeIn icon, click Share My Desktop and send the invitation.