During the first webinar, “Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Mac”, our expert will explain the 10 simple steps and show the essential Mac OS cleaning and optimization tools.
Sunnyvale, CA (PRWEB) March 09, 2015
After successful launch of previous webinars MacKeeper received a lot of positive reviews, and MacKeeper experts have decided to proceed with educational initiative. Regardless of the operating system, product model, or system’s overall age it is essential to keep the computer maintained properly and running at its best. All Mac users can join the webinar and learn a lot of hints that will help them keep their computers in good shape.
The webinars are designed for both new-to-Mac users and those who want to refresh their computer skills. MacKeeper’s in-house Apple Certified Expert will provide the participants with all necessary information about cleaning and optimization of their computers.
During the first webinar, “Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Mac”, Mackeeper's expert will explain the 10 simple steps and show the essential Mac OS cleaning and optimization tools.
The second webinar, “Hidden Gems of Your Mac”, is dedicated to special tools that keep the files safe. Finally, the participants can join the last webinar “Q&A: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Your Mac”.
During the last session, the Mac users will hear the answers to the most popular questions and see the solutions to technical problems that MacKeeper customers ever faced.
The following series of webinars will provide Mac users with necessary advanced skills, which can be applied to tackle most of the cleaning and optimization issues.
Reminder: the webinar series start on March 14th, with “Spring Cleaning Tips for Your Mac”.
To join this webinar, register for free by sending an email to pr(at)kromtech(dot)com.
Note that the number of the webinar attendees is limited by 500.
MacKeeper is a service with 16 advanced Mac utility tools and the Human Inside feature. Interaction with technical experts is built into the software interface (which differs from the standard customer support/call center model), so you no longer need to look for customer support phone numbers or email addresses. Just one click, and your SOS signal or any other Mac-related question will be heard and promptly dealt with.