I wrote this before going on break, but didn’t have time to finish it, and publish. Since drafting this, many others have come to similar conclusions…. I know, it sounds odd, but that’s exactly what Microsoft plans to do with Vista SP1. Vista SP1, in its final form, is set to allow people to install […]
Today, I’ve rolled out the Mac OS Tune-Up, which is a collection of every Mac OS Software Update, as well as updates for software bundled for Mac, such as iLife. The goal of the tune-up is to allow you to copy all the available Mac OS software updates to a flash drive, DVD, or even […]
Apple Software Update now lists QuickTime 7.3.1 and GarageBand 4.1.1. Looks like the QuickTime update fixes that nasty RTSP exploit that was demonstrated on Second Life. Update away! QuickTime 7.3.1 QuickTime 7.3.1 addresses security issues. This update is recommended for all QuickTime 7 users. For detailed information on this update, please visit this website: http://docs.info.apple.com/article.html?artnum=61798 […]
For some weird reason, Leopard ships with HP AiO 4.0, while HP AiO 4.0.1 has been available since October. Even weirder, some Leopard systems pick up the update when running Apple Software Update, while some don’t. And, that’s even taking into account an HP all-in-one printer added to the systems. Finally, weirdest, Apple doesn’t offer […]
Seems to be a codec-filled day… First Xbox 360 adds DivX, then Adobe Flash adds H.264… now DivX has updated DivX for Windows to version 6.8. Run the Check for Updates… app in the DivX menu to grab it if you’ve already installed.
A lot of people are going to start flaring their arms up about Flash adding H.264 today. I think it’s a good thing, you should all head to Adobe.com and update right now. Competition is always good… well, except when your “competitor” sends you a letter saying that if you don’t pull the plug on […]