Mountain Lion’s Notification Center is a great feature for many users – but not everyone feels the same way! Some users find the feature annoying, and just want it to die. Fortunately, MacObserver notes there’s a simply way to make that happen by using a quick Terminal command.
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The Surface does cost an absolute bomb, especially the Windows RT version. However, if you do happen to own one with the latter, the folks at XDA Developers forums have figured a way to jailbreak it and run an early version of OS, freeing you from the clutches of Windows 8.
As a software reviewer I am continually in need of grabbing screenshots of the software I’m reviewing. I usually just use the built-in OS X screenshot hotkey, but then I need to load it into a graphics editor, cut and paste, repeat. There’s got to be a better way!
Even though Sun has released an update to address the recent Java security issue, the Department of Homeland Security and many cyber security experts still advise users that they’re safer and better off without it. Here’s how to disable Java on your Mac.
Continuing into what is likely their final testing of the update, Apple seeded a 7th beta build (12D54) of OS X 10.8.3 to developers today, just over a week after releasing the previous build. As with previous betas, the update lists no known issues.
Gaming on the Mac can be a rewarding experience, but there aren’t a great deal of Mac game controllers available (especially that you know you can rely on). Plus, if you’re already used to a Playstation 3 controller, using something…
While we were at CES 2013, we were lucky enough to have a nice talk with the fine folks from Neat, the company that makes the receipt scanners you see advertised on television.
We reported Friday that Apple had taken the unusual step of disabling existing OS X installations of the Java 7 browser plug-in due to a major security hole being exploited in the wild. Word now comes of a Java update from Oracle.
Sharing a Mac with others can be a headache, especially when it comes to things like separating each user’s content. Using multiple logins is one way to handle that – but it’s not always the ideal solution. Fortunately, there’s another way: You can create and switch between different iTunes libraries on a single Mac login! Here’s how it’s done!
Around three weeks after releasing OS X 10.8.3 build 12D44 to developers, Apple has just released another beta seed, once again listing no known issues. The update is thought to be near completion, and is expected to be released in the very near future.
If you frequently use Java-based apps or websites on your Mac or PC, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has a bit of concerning news. A major security flaw within Java 7 has caused the department to warn users to disable or uninstall Java on their computers until a workaround is released.
Apple has released a pretty important EFI firmware update for mid 2012 Macbook Airs. It fixes a color issue with external HDMI displays, and also solves problems relating to Windows (surprise, suprise) and Thunderbolt.
iTunes has changed the music industry, so it’s only right that we celebrate its 12th birthday today. That’s right, the first version of iTunes was released on the 9th of January 2001, ahead of the iPod’s launch later that year.
Want to share the slideshow you’ve created in iPhoto with others? Here’s the easy way to export your slideshow so it can be viewed online, on a DVD, or from a removable drive.
Web analytics company Net Applications says Apple’s OS X mountain Lion is now the most popular version of OS X. This, just a mere five months after its release.
If you’re like me, you take hundreds, if not thousands of photos during the year. And if you’re also like me, you wind up with numerous duplicates in your iPhoto, Aperture, or Adobe Lightroom libraries.