It’s Monday and that means it’s time for another tip and app recommendation. This Monday we take a look at how to turn back on some of the things you may have liked better about Snow Leopard. We also take a look at...Read More
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Click to Play We take a look at the Application WhatSize for Mac OSX. This app helps you pinpoint where and what the space on your hard drive is being used for.ID-Design is also giving away two licensed copies to the inners of...Read More
Up for immediate download is this newest update to your recently installed Snow Leopard operating system. Among its new features are:
- compatibility with some Sierra Wireless 3G modems
- an issue that might cause DVD playback to stop unexpectedly
- some printer compatibility drivers not appearing properly in the add printer browser
- an issue that might make it difficult to remove an item from the Dock
- instances where automatic account setup in Mail might not work
- an issue where pressing cmd-opt-t in Mail brings up the special characters menu instead of moving a message
- Motion 4 becoming unresponsive
You can download it now via software update.
We’ll have Snow Leopard tomorrow for sure, but if you’re still not sure of purchasing the upgrade due to the programs you use then you will want to check out the new compatibility list. Someone along with a community has posted a wiki page showing the compatibility issues with programs and how they work or don’t work so well with SNow Leopard. For the most part it looks like compatibility will be a non issue unless you have major workflow going thru the few non-working programs. You can see the list [Here]Read More
Apple formerly announced that August 28th would be the day that Snow Leopard will be available for purchase.
CUPERTINO, California—August 24, 2009—Apple® today announced that Mac OS® X v10.6 Snow Leopard™ will go on sale Friday, August 28 at Apple’s retail stores and Apple Authorized Resellers, and that Apple’s online store is now accepting pre-orders. Snow Leopard builds on a decade of OS X innovation and success with hundreds of refinements, new core technologies and out of the box support for Microsoft Exchange. Snow Leopard will be available as an upgrade for Mac OS X Leopard® users for $29.
We are only a month or so away from the release of Snow Leopard and Apple was kind enough to offer up an update for Leopard. Update 10.5.8 addresses security issues, stability, airport and some other fixes of which are vague as usual. If you have not so yet, you can get the update now via Software Update.
Using mostly Macs in my home I have found it quite nice that the cost to upgrade to a new OS is usually $129 and with the upcoming Snow Leopard we only will have to pay $29. This is something it appears that Microsoft has been taking notice of and has begun selling pre-orders of Windows 7 for reasonable prices. You can order Windows 7 Home Premium for $49.99 and Professional for $99.99. The pricing is significantly cheaper than when it comes to retail and jumps back to more than double the prices I just mentioned. We think the discounted prices should be the normal pricing and I think Microsoft would be pleasantly surprised and the lack of pirating it brings with it. You can pre-order now and if you’re interested you will want to get them while supplies last. See the list of retailers [Here]Read More
The coming of Snow Leopard has been long drawn out for most of us. Finally today, Apple revealed its refinements and release. In September you will be able to get your upgrade for just $29 if you currently run Leopard. There are quite a few back-end refinements which speed up install, space required and the overall feel of OSX.
For all the specs head over to Apple’s OSX Snow Leopard Page.Read More
Since there are so many rumors floating around about what Apple might due at their keynote Monday, I thought I would condense the most notable rumors into one small list. We hope a few of these come true, but you really never know exactly what Apple is up to until they show us themselves.
– a cheaper iPhone, with a less expensive limited data plan
– the showing of Snow Leopard and a release date
It has been awhile since we last heard from Apple in a keynote and thought we would refresh your memory of what’s to come. We are all excited about WWDC and what APple might show there as far as a new iPhone, SNow Leopard and maybe even new product, but lets look back at what is to come to all of our iPhones. Take a look at the quick recap video of iPhone 3.0 and see what is promised to us so that we may be ever mindful that this is what Apple has planned for iPhone aside from all the rumors.Read More