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 […]
If you upgraded to Leopard, and found your eSATA (or SATA) card stopped working… install the 10.5.1 update. My eSATA card (like many others) stopped working upon being updated to Leopard, and 10.5.1 has fixed that. It appears Apple re-added third-party SATA drivers that were removed in 10.5.0.
I’ve already touched on today, over on the PhoneNews.com Forums (in this post), that I suspect the February iPhone upgrade (I’m not calling it an update anymore) will offer Wireless Sync support. And, not the cheap Ad-hock Wireless Sync that Zune 2.0 added, but full wireless sync capacity… at least, the ability to sync using […]
I’m becoming tired of a bug that has surfaced in Leopard. It was present in Tiger but not nearly as bad. Essentially, I cannot enter the password to unlock my screen… without re-typing it at least once. I have a long password for security’s sake… it’s what Apple suggests and I agree. The problem is, […]
Remember in old versions of Windows how Network was called Network Neighborhood? It was a cute name added to make networking appear more friendly. Of course, people found it rather… lame, and so Microsoft truncated it to Network, matching Mac OS X yet again. But now it appears Apple has added a bit of an […]
As much as I like Back to My Mac, despite its security hurdles that users must jump through… it has one thing that prevents me from using it. Ports! Back to My Mac uses standard ports, ports for SSL and IPSec communication. Problem is, if you already have those ports routed, you cannot use the […]