Something is becoming pretty clear; if you want to run third-party software on your iPod touch, Apple’s going to ask you to pony up for that $20 software upgrade. The software upgrade, for those of you that don’t have iPod touches, adds the payload of iPhone software. You know, the payload everyone has been complaining [...]
Despite someone in Micromat telling me that they’re considering my offer to fix Micromat’s dysfunctional update structure, Micromat has not responded to it. Should be a fun time at the Micromat booth this year…
A lot of people talk a lot about XP vs Vista. I’ve stayed mostly out of that debate, and I’m certainly not dim enough to tell you one or the other is correct. Every few years, Microsoft puts out a new version of their operating system.
Apple today pushed out Security Update 2007-009… again. Version 1.1 apparently fixes some issues with the initial release. Apple won’t say what, but you should re-download and re-update, even if you have installed the original update. Tune-Up Updated
Last time on the latest Micromat saga, I wrote about how Micromat refuses… yet again, to offer a downloadable update option for TechTool Pro 4. After the “one time” Intel upgrade (version 4.5), which cost $25, Micromat is wanting users to pay another $25 for a DVD update that will keep TechTool Pro 4 working [...]
Micromat has come up with a crafty way of taxing TechTool Pro 4 owners to keep using their software… refuse to offer the updater online. Granted, I’ve butted heads with Micromat in the past on their practices, but like I’ve said in the past, I do buy and use their products, as there isn’t anything [...]