June 19th, 2012


Updating Your Hackintosh to 10.7.3

Updating Your Hackintosh to 10.7.3 Hi all! This should bring your hackintosh all the way to 10.7.3, with all base system updates perfectly fine to do (minus 10.7.4, of course.) The only problems I’ve had with the build are sound on occasion and sleep. Hopefully, though, all goes well for you. :) Well, before I […]

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December 6th, 2011


Dual-booting Chromium OS and Ubuntu Linux

Note: The following guide should work with any version of Linux, though these instructions are specific to Ubuntu 11.10. The process also involves formatting your entire hard drive (not just a partition) so be sure to back up all data before proceeding. Finally, major thanks to Hexxeh for his continued hard work. This is just […]

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November 5th, 2011


Maximizing your battery’s life cycle

Admit it: the Inspiron 1525 is an aging laptop. For many of you, it’s probably pushing its third year. Laptop batteries, much like most Dell laptops, only have a 1-year life expectancy. After that first year, their capacity begins to slowly decrease. For anyone still using the original battery, I laud you; mine stopped holding […]

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July 12th, 2011


Updating your Hackintosh/Hackbook to Snow Leopard 10.6.8

No, I haven’t forgotten about you guys. Read on and you’ll see why the 10.6.8 update guide hasn’t been published yet.

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June 26th, 2011


Paul Thurrott’s Spotty WWDC Coverage

Windows blogger Paul Thurrott has a long track record of saying dumb things when it comes to Apple, but it’s still fun to point out where he’s wrong. Reading his coverage of WWDC and OS X Lion, I found a lot of things to take issue with. Let’s get started. On why people buy Macs: […]

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