… you might find this a useful link :: if you are looking for how to get Pages 09(iWork ’09) back onto your computer. The answers depend on your personal position.
It’s come up before = and I still get questions about disabling Java – so post time. Back in january the LA Times wrote The Cupertino, Calif., company has remotely disabled the vulnerable software. Users whose Macs run the Mountain Lion, Lion, Snow Leopard or Leopard operating systems are safe. Also Rick Ortiz wrote: If […]
This is ALL I am saying ::: Apple has released software updates for systems running OS X Lion and Mac OS X v10.6 that will update Java to fix the security flaw, and remove the Flashback malware if it is present. Read More – andy what to do @ Apple Support
The THIRD in the series of THREE Managing Mac OS X Lion’s application resume feature Thanks to: MacFixIt / C|Net
The FIRST in a series of THREE quick catch up posts centered on Lion All You Need To Know About Quick Look In Lion, Plus Some Handy Tips And Tricks Thanks to : MacStories
My thanks to the London Mac User Group for spotting this one: Deeper is a Lion Tweaking Tool with Dozens of Customization Options
Another useful link that has emerged relating to our last meeting. If you recall, Dan talked about installing Lion on a remote drive – so that you can boot off a different space and not commit to Snow Leopard just yet. This is a related link – enjoy. Lion DiskMaker Automatically Creates Bootable Lion Media
At the last meeting, we had a healthy discussion on Final Cut Pro – and it’s failings. When I saw this article – decided to share it. As I said in the meeting – I am not a video guy, so really have no valuable input to the debate – however I thought this article […]