Posted On Monday, September 3, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius, Yahoo! Answers Tags: apple, boygenius, computers, microsoft, os x, windows, yahoo! answers
According to the latest monthly totals from web metrics firm Net Applications, global usage of Apple’s ( AAPL ) Mac OS X platform overtook that of Microsoft’s ( MSFT ) Windows Vista
Posted On Tuesday, August 14, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: boot camp, mac, os x, redmondpie, windows, windows 7, windows 7 center
If you can bring yourself to look past the fact that you have just spent a whole heap of money on excellent Apple hardware to run OS X, then it actually makes sense to be able to install a version of Windows alongside the default operating system. This is especially true when we consider the new Retina MacBook Pro and those who want to use PC software or games in the full 2880 x 1800 resolution. Continue reading this article at RedmondPie.com
Posted On Sunday, August 5, 2012 By admin. Under TUAW Tags: bugs, features, mac, mountain lion, mountainlion, os x, osx, the-end, tuaw
It's inevitable that with new operating systems come new bugs. One widely-reported bug has affected a noticeable chunk of laptop Mac users who've upgraded to OS X Mountain Lion: some users are reporting steep declines in battery life . A poll at Engadget shows that over 7400 of nearly 17,500 respondents who've installed Mountain Lion (42 percent) say they've noticed a definite and discernible drop in battery life.
Posted On Saturday, July 28, 2012 By admin. Under RedMondPie Tags: apple, mac, os x, redmondpie, safari 6
Apple has finally given the people what they want by taking the plunge and releasing OS X Mountain Lion onto the Mac App Store. And judging by the mounting reviews, it seems to have been greeted with extreme positivity
Posted On Friday, July 13, 2012 By temp. Under TUAW Tags: deal, discount, fx studio pro, mac, macappstore, macphun, os x, sale, the-end
Mac owners on the hunt for app deals may want to check out Sparrow for the Mac and MacPhun's FX Studio Pro . Both apps have been discounted 50 percent today and are now available for US$4.99. Sparrow for Mac is the email client that kicked off the Sparrow craze a few years ago
Posted On Sunday, May 27, 2012 By temp. Under How-Tos, MacRumors Tags: archives, browser, computer, copyright, fixes, ipad, iphone, iTunes, lion, macrumors, news, os x, windows
With the introduction of OS X Lion, Apple changed the way file sorting works in Finder. Unfortunately, it has left some users confused as to why selecting Arrange By > Name isn’t working in Finder’s Column view.
Posted On Tuesday, May 22, 2012 By temp. Under How-Tos, MacRumors Tags: audio, business, computer, free-software, giveaway, hardware, imac, ipad, ipod, ipod touch, iTunes, microsoft, news, os x
A bundle of three great Mac apps is up for grabs! What’s included? Dropzone, a utility that helps you perform common tasks even faster; Socialite, a convenient way to manage your social networks; and Compartments, the simplest way to inventory and protect your valuables. Thanks to the folks over at Two Dollar Tuesday – a new site that features a fresh crop of discounted Mac apps every week – we have a bundle of three quality Mac App Store titles to give away for free! Together, these apps are normally worth almost $40
Posted On Wednesday, April 25, 2012 By temp. Under BoyGenius Tags: app-store, applications, apps, boygenius, hackstore, mac, os x, software
A group of developers in Russia recently launched the “HackStore,” a centralized location for third-party OS X applications. Like Cydia on iOS, the HackStore is a software hub that allows developers to distribute applications without having to endure Apple’s approval process. The developers behind the project claim that piracy will not be tolerated in their app store, though it is unclear exactly what measures they are taking to prevent pirated software from being distributed through the HackStore.
Posted On Monday, April 23, 2012 By admin. Under BoyGenius, MacRumors Tags: 17-inch, apple, boygenius, computer, computers, discontinue, ivy bridge, lion, macbook pro, macrumors, mountain lion, os x
Research analyst Ming-Chi Kuo of KGI Securities predicts that Apple may discontinue the 17-inch MacBook Pro model due to weak sales, MacRumors reported on Monday. The analyst has previously offered accurate information regarding the discontinuation of Mac products, specifically the 13-inch Macbook in 2011.