I had a problem with mobileme. I could not sync my contacts. They were fine in my iphone (my main input tool) and on mobileme. My macbook pro was not synchronizing… I tried everything, from going to the settings of mobileme in my mac and reseting it, to delete everything on my mac in order to […]
There is a company called Savant who designs, develops and manufacturers deliver home control and automation, multi-room audio/video, advanced digital audio and video processing, extremely flexible and scalable audio/video switching, digital media server and jukebox capabilities, and an array of integrated applications and services. The fact that I mention this company here is because traditionally […]
Don’t let Apple’s marketing enchant you – upgrading to Snow Leopard isn’t exactly the hassle-free affair that the Mac maker wants you to believe. You must pick the right cat for you, identify incompatible apps, plan your upgrade path, and customize the installer. Enter Geek’s guide to installing Snow Leopard, the definite resource for Mac […]
Snow Leopard is nearly here. You can already pre-order it. Click on the link to see what is new. http://www.apple.com/macosx/refinements/
The other day time machine decided to stop working for me and kept giving me errors about mounting the backup image. After firing up Console.app I found that the sparsebundle which time machine stores the backup data in was corrupted. This is a bad thing since if I couldn’t find a way to fix the […]
Glims is a little add on for your Safari that will allow you to control your search bar and use it with many other engines (amazon, ebay, facebook, etc…) and you get a preview of the most relevant sites while you type.
Have you ever wanted to go to bed and get sleep while listening to iTunes? iWannaSleep will stop iTunes when you program to do so, so music does not keep playing all night long. A little freeware program for your mac that will let you programe when to pause iTunes.
Introducing EverSave 1.0.2. EverSave is a clever tool which allows you to save all of your documents – if possible – in a specific time interval or by changing the frontmost application. This means no more data loss if applications crash.
Have you ever wondered how to open one of this attachments that are sent by a Microsoft Client that look like winmail.dat in your Mac mail app? Now you can. Use Letter Opener. Less than $20.
Cool idea. You plug one of this and you have extra juice for your Macbook and iphone. Up to 32 hours!! Go and visit the company’s web, hyperdrive.
If you feel that Apple should have a notebook and you are tired of waiting for it, then follow this tutorial and you will have a dell 9 mini running the lates macos ;-) Do you have a different notebook? Check this table to see the limitations when installing macos
I was wondering how to search something that was in the trash folder in my macbook…. not easy. This is the way to do it: Go to the Finder, select Go > Go To Folder and type in ~/.Trash to bring up a Finder window showing the contents of your Trash, but this time around, […]
If you have a new mac and you use mac mail, you will notice that “new mail” notification does not work very well. If you have growl you can then play a sound from there but it is not the cool “new mail” sound. The workaround I did is to copy the “new mail” sound […]