Archive | August, 2009

Mac OS X Snow Leopard Has Arrived!

August 28th, 2009


Released today, Apple’s latest version of OS X (10.6) dubbed “Snow Leopard” has arrived. While looking at it from first glance, you can’t tell many differences from your old Mac running the plain cat (Leopard). But start poking around long enough and you’ll find… Whoa — fast, small, sexy. Apple delivers and no matter what […]

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Stop Your Cursor From Jumping Around While You Type

August 14th, 2009


So tell me if this hasn’t ever happened to you: You were typing something fairly long/important on your Hackintosh, whether it be a school paper or ebay listing, and you just figured out exactly what you wanted to say so you start to type real fast before you forget it all. Aaah, you get all […]

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Using your Windows Lojack Anti-Theft Subscription in OS X

August 12th, 2009


If you were like me when you purchased your native Windows Laptop, you may have opted for many things such as a longer warranty and what not. One of the options that was available, which I sprung for, was 3 years of Lojack for Laptop Protection. At the time, I didn’t know about Hackintoshing so […]

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Snow Leopard to support 32-bit

August 12th, 2009


There’s been some skepticism about whether or not Apple’s next Operating System, Snow Leopard, will support 32-bit. Many believe Snow Leopard will be 64-bit exclusive and with what’s rumored to be less than a month ’till release, only time can truly tell. While this may be true, some pretty convincing information has been released on […]

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Grab Snow Leopard’s 35 New Wallpapers Now

August 10th, 2009


Awhile ago, I did a post about getting the new default wallpaper in Snow Leopard. Now, we have the entire 35 wallpapers that Snow Leopard is shipping with next month. They include images of nature, snow leopards, fine art and even graffiti, so download them here, courtesy of creativebits. Some samples:

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