Tagged: os x

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Office:Mac 2008 12.2.0 Update

Microsoft released the latest Office:Mac update. It includes a number of improvements (especially speed and stability) for Microsoft Word, Excel and Powerpoint. The horrible Exchange client, Entourage, is still not capable of properly managing calendaring and synchronizing events with an...

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OS X: Time Machine backup

My article OSX Time Machine backup to Synology DS107+ has been really popular over the last few months. The comments on the posting alone should provide a feel of how well this worked for most of the OSX users. I...

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OSX: Garmin Roadtrip released

Formerly known as Garmin Bobcat, Garmin has now released RoadTrip. RoadTrip allows you to transfer waypoints, tracks, and routes between your Mac and Garmin device and manage your data using your Garmin maps. RoadTrip provides the ability to search for...

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OS X: Time Machine backups

I have been running Time Machine backups as described in my tutorial for more than a week. In the Apple forums there have been discussions that the above method does not work. However: Backups via Time Machine to a NAS...

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OS X: One Mac, unlimited Windows

Microsoft released today Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac 2. With Remote Desktop Connection Client 2, you can quickly, simply and securely connect to Windows-based PCs to access Windows-based files, applications, devices, and networks from your Mac. Amongst the features:...

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Airport Express: Manage access point remotely

Apple has released a number of updates today. In addition to the release of OSX 10.5.4 which fixes a number of performance issues on the 5Ghz wireless channels, the all important Airport 7.3.2 firmware update was released. Will Apple generally...

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OS X: Quick Look – preview your files

It goes without saying that by now I have become a converted. If you are running OS X, you might not know about the Quick Look function: You can preview a selected file (or series of files) without opening it...