Time to go under your Apple menu and select Software Update.
Yesterday, Apple released a substantial update to Mountain Lion. Mac OS X v10.8.3 Update adds several new features (including the ability to install Windows 8 under Boot Camp, support for 3TB hard drives under Boot Camp, and a new version of Safari) and squashes a few bugs. It’s recommended for all Mountain Lion users.
If you’re interested in details, read all about the update here.
Since Microsoft rolled it out last fall, we’ve seen a lot of customers struggling with the transition to Windows 8. It’s a big departure from earlier versions of Windows, with a far steeper learning curve. That being said, Windows 8 is a powerful, secure, and flexible OS, one well worth getting to know – and master.
To help with that, we’ve added a new “wing” to our website: a Windows 8 Resource Center, with FAQs, upgrade prices, system requirements, along with links to useful articles and tutorials. Don’t put off learning Window 8 any longer – check out our Windows 8 Resource Center today.
Well, basically, nowadays, this is not new anymore. More of a usual scenario, that one of our fellow friends' account has been hacked last night, or one of your followers or you've been following sent you a DM quoted like "Hi some person is saying really bad things about you... then with a short link)". So you will be more tempted what's that about?
With the introduction of iCloud at the release of OS X Lion, Apple discontinued iDisk, which was a part of the MobileMe suite of Internet services they had been offering.
iDisk gave you a “folder in the cloud,” a place to save documents for retrieval from any Mac, anywhere. It was simple to use—it was actually a menu selection in the Finder—and eminently useful. Those of us who used iDisk really miss it.
There is a workaround—and it’s both simple and free. There exists a hidden folder called Library, which contains another folder (“Mobile Documents”) with most of the functionality of iDisk. Here’s how to access it. Continue reading →