In Response to ’30 Days with Mac OS X’

June 6, 2007

Brian Boyko, an author for the website, “Enthusiast“, recently published a review of OS X based on his initial thirty day experiences with the operating system, titled “30 Days with Mac OS X“. The article was published as part of a series that reviews the latest operating systems. The author didn’t come of as if […]

Upcoming Parallels update to include Boot Camp and Drag-and-Drop support

December 1, 2006

A new update to the Parallels Virtualization Desktop software is to arrive soon along with many great improvements and some long awaited features. A beta of the new version has been delivered to several beta testers who say the update will likely make its way public soon. The new update will be free to all […]

Abandoning Boot Camp for Parallels?

July 3, 2006

Apple seems to be confused on what to support, their own dual-boot method or Parallels’ virtualization alternative. Many clues on Apple’s website point to the theory that Apple is more interested in Parallels than Boot Camp. The picture attached to this article is a screenshot of the Get a Mac “Touché” ad at the end […]

Analyst predicts Boot Camp to triple Mac market share

June 13, 2006

Boot Camp has triggered a ton of positive feedback these past few weeks from analysts and consumers, but nothing like this. An analyst Charles Wolf of Needham & Co. predicts that the Macintosh is to soon triple in market share in the home market. This market share explosion is likely to occur in 2007-2008, due […]

Boot Camp has issues

June 7, 2006

Boot Camp is currently beta and is available for download for Tiger users, and it is to be one of the primary features found in Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard. The current version of Boot Camp is very impressive for a beta project, but it does have several annoying and quite obvious issues. The biggest […]

Input Remapper – Configure the MacBook Pro keyboard in XP

June 4, 2006

One of the first issues I had when using Windows XP for the first time on my MacBook Pro was the inability to right-click. I automatically tried to use the control-click method, forgetting I was no longer in Mac OS X. Soon I discovered the Apple Mouse Utility which fixes the right-click issue in Windows, […]




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