OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion first impressions after installation

On February 17, 2012, in LION, OSX, by admin

These are impressions after installation: remember that you can download Mountain osx lion  The ease of use here is just off the charts — by using your Apple ID, all of your messages will instantly and effortlessly flow from your iPhone to iPad to iPod touch to computers, keeping on-going conversations in sync no matter what device you have […]

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Free RAM on the Mac OSX LION

On February 7, 2012, in LION, OSX, by admin

Many of you have problems like me after upgrading to OSX LION with the memory ram, osxlion because it consumes a lot and not after the close of the free applications: Memory Scope is a simple application for Mac that allows you to quickly free up RAM andmake your computer faster. Operation is very simple, as you just launch the app, wait a few seconds, and click on FreeMemory to free up RAM is not needed. The application also displays a list of all applications and services that occupy RAM. Memory Scope is available for free on Mac App Store.

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Apple solves the problem of flickering LED Cinema Display 24 connected via Thunderbolt

On September 29, 2011, in News, by admin

“Silently,” Apple has released a firmware update for owners of the LED Cinema Display 24 “(no longer in production), to solve a problem reported by many users. The update has not been officially released, but on Apple’sdiscussion forums has posted a link (direct download) to download. The new firmware fixes a monitor flicker that occurred when the LED Cinema Display is connected to a Mac with the Thunderbolt. According to user complaints, it was necessary to restart the computer and power cycle the monitor to fix the problem. These release notes: “The firmware upgrade LED […]

Mac OS X 10.7.1: how to restore the Library folder of the Home

On August 18, 2011, in LION, News, by admin

If you have already installed Mac OS X 10.7.1, and you previously made ​​visible through the Library User Terminal command to, well, updating the folder back to its default state of invisibility. Nothing serious, you just launch the Terminal and re-type the following string and then press Enter: chflags nohidden ~ / Library The changes […]

Open, show or hide your Library folder on OS X Lion 10.7

On August 11, 2011, in LION, by admin

Features • On OS X 10.7 Lion the Library folder is invisible • Lucien can open it simply and quickly • Or make the folder visible/invisible How it Works Click Open to open folder, Show it or Hide it to make Library folder visible or invisible. download

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How to install PostgreSQL on OS X Lion

On July 31, 2011, in LION, by admin

1 Just a quick note to report that both my PostgreSQL 8.3.7 installs survived the upgrade to OS X Lion. PostgreSQL was installed via Mac Ports 2 Lion update removed the ‘postgres’ user. How to restore it In the end, the only thing I needed to do was to re-create the “postgres” user. Beforehand, I […]

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Download OS X Lion 10.7.2 Build 11C26 (Beta)

On July 25, 2011, in OSX, by admin

Apple has today seeded build 11C26 of OS X Lion version 10.7.2 to developers. This is the first update to the recently released OS X Lion. The update is expected to bring iCloud support to theworld’s most advanced operating system Lion was released just a few days ago so seeing Apple update it so quickly […]

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Reasons Why You Should Upgrade To OS X Lion

On July 23, 2011, in OSX, by admin

With OS X Lion out the gate and 1 million copies already downloaded, you might be wondering what’s in it for you? This is a no-nonsense list of the 10 best reasons you should upgrade to OS X Lion today. Whether you browse the web all day, write essays day in or day out or […]

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How To Make Your Own OS X Lion Bootable USB Flash Drive [Tutorial]

On July 22, 2011, in News, OSX, by admin

Apple set free OS X Lion to the general public yesterday. The only way to upgrade to the new OS was by way of downloading it from the Mac App Store. Apple has received its fair share of criticism for making Lion download-only. This limitation makes it so that if you have multiple Macs at […]

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Maximizer Tweak Adds Full-Screen Support To Unsupported Apps In OS X Lion

On July 22, 2011, in News, OSX, by admin

One of the greatest features in Lion is the ability to maximize apps to full-screen, even in apps where traditionally a full-screen mode wouldn’t make that much sense, as long as developers choose to add it in. If they haven’t, luckily, there’s a way you can implement full-screen mode yourself that works with most apps, […]

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