Crib notes for Safari 4
Sometimes, when I feel the urge to tinker, I poke around the various â€œresource bundlesâ€ of applications on my Mac. Its not always aRead More
Lost Archive of the RAIDs
While we donâ€™t have an instructional video for you this week, weâ€™ve got something just as educational, if not as animated. Not resting afterRead More
Itâ€™s been a while since Iâ€™ve lobbed some free software your way. Since we donâ€™t have an installation video this week, I figured thisRead More
What good is the MacBook Pro SD card slot anyway?
While there has been quite a debate over Apple’s decision to provide an SD card slot rather than an ExpressCard slot on the MacBookRead More
The Rules of Upgrading Rarely Change
About a year ago, OWC President and CEO Larry Oâ€™Connor had this to say in his Tips and Deals Newsletter: â€œIt’s fun to talkRead More
Some things may not sit well with Snow Leopard.
Well, Snow Leopard is on its way, set for arrival in just two daysâ€™ time, and is now likely available for order at yourRead More
Snow Leopard Released Today – Preliminary Testing Shows: This cat is fast!
Apple’s latest and greatest operating system Mac OS X Snow Leopard hit the shelves this morning and the optimization on the back end isRead More
Some optical drives are having slight Snow troubles.
Since Snow Leopardâ€™s release a couple of weeks ago, there have been several reports of various optical drives being unable to read the installationRead More
RAID for the rest of us. The adventures of Little Johnny.
Breaking it down to its simplest forms, there are two main reasons to add a RAID setup to your computer system. Performance and Redundancy.Read More
The iPhone Battery Blues
I think that it is safe to say that the iPhone is fairly popular. It seems that as of late you canâ€™t look atRead More
Discharging Static Electricity for Safe Computer Upgrading
So often we are asked in reference to our OWC Instructional Series of Videos, “How exactly am I supposed to ‘Use proper anti-static precautionsRead More
Lost in the Snow?
In case you haven’t heard, Apple has acknowledged that there is a bug in Snow Leopard that can be rather devastating to your data.Read More
Beefing up the Consumer side
After last month’s rather disappointing iTunes event, it’s good to see an Apple product announcement with some substance behind it. This time around, theRead More
Apple pulls the plug on FireWire in the new MacBooks.
In case you missed it in our other posts, there’s an important change in the new MacBooks that Apple announced earlier this week: FireWireRead More
Proprietary cable can put the brakes on upgrading Late ’09 iMacs.
Sometimes even the best educated guesses can be thrown for a loop when an unforeseen “X-Factor” comes into play. Such is the case withRead More