Thunderbolt 3 docks, Duplicate, AmpliFi Teleport, why Macs slow down


The best Thunderbolt 3 docks for Apple’s MacBook Pro and 2017 iMac — The inclusion of Thunderbolt 3 on the MacBook Pro and iMac has created an entire industry of docks and other accessories that take advantage of Thunderbolt 3’s high bandwidth and power delivery capabilities, by providing more ports that can expand a Mac’s connectivity. AppleInsider compares some of the best options on the market.

Duplicate enhances the Mac Finder’s standard copy/paste functionality — MacDaddy’s Duplicate is a macOS hat enhances the Finder’s standard copy and paste functionality by making them more efficient, as well as performing approximately 10% faster than stock copy and paste methods.
Duplicate can also copy large folders with no issues involving file permissions, as well as the ability to copy entire volumes, creating an exact duplicate bootable copy of the original volume. It installs itself as an option into the contextual menu that appears when you Control-Click or right-click a file, folder, or drive.
Duplicate requires macOS 10.10 or later. It’s free and is available worldwide exclusively as a direct download from the MacDaddy website.

AmpliFi Teleport is an upcoming ‘home Wi-Fi that covers the world’ device — AmpliFi is expanding its line with a new product called AmpliFi Teleport, a “home Wi-Fi that covers the world.” The product will be announced through a Kickstarter campaign today, and will be available at launch for a limited time early bird pricing of US$199.
AmpliFi Teleport provides a way to access resources at home – even when you’re not. Utilising any Wi-Fi hotspot, Teleport is able to create an encrypted connection between you and your devices, expanding your home Wi-Fi coverage wherever you go by allowing you to securely access your home network anywhere in the world.

Why do Macs slow down over time? What do Macs and cars have in common? They require upkeep to stay in perfect condition.
When the miles per gallon on a car go down or the car begins going through oil at an alarming rate, then something has to be done. Macs are no different. The first sign that your Mac may need some TLC is if it begins to slow down.