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Why I Adore My Apple MacBook Air Laptop Along With Snow Leopard 10.5.6

Wed, 09 Jun 2010 05:32:44 GMT

With all the hypes and marketing brainwashing, finally I got a copy of Apple Mac OS X Version Snow Leopard 10.5.6

The installation was standard like the previous version but there was no Archive and Install option available and it went straight to upgrade my existing OS. I was worried. After more than a hour, I heard the Mac 'ding' sound and I ran toward the screen looking forward for a safe upgrade. I was glad that my Air laptop was successfully upgraded.

The first thing I did was to checked my hard disk storage space. To my amazement, 10.6 gave me back almost 13GB of storage space. I was worried again if my video and other files were deleted during the upgrade. Double checking again and again, I was so delighted that Snow Leopard 10.6 saved so much storage space. One thumb up!

The overall performance of my Air Laptop increased significantly. I could feel the speed. Everything I did was so much faster, applications loaded faster, Dashboard displayed faster, Spaces switched faster and the list could go on. I quickly restarted the OS to test the startup speed. The performance was over my expectation, at least two times faster than 10.5. Another thumb up!

Chinese language input on Multi-Touch. This was the main reason that enticed me to installed Snow Leopard. The Chinese input with Multi-Touch was first introduced on iPhone and iPod Touch. Combining keystrokes and keyboard input, now I could simply used it on my Air to enhance my writing. Three thumbs up already!

The most intensive Parallels Desktop 4.0 with Windows XP SP3 loaded in Snow Leopard. Another delighted discovery, my Windows XP was up and running two times faster than previously with 10.5. With Snow Leopard 10.6, I reclaimed a hefty lot of processor speed. For this, one big thumb up!

There were many more enhancements Snow Leopard offered. For me, These four reasons were more than enough to justify my upgrade. Four thumbs up for MacBook Air laptop running on Snow Leopard 10.6, the experience was awesome.

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Apple iPad Review - Read Before You Buy!

Tue, 08 Jun 2010 07:47:11 GMT

The new iPad, also known as i-pad or i pad, is one the latest additions made by the Giant Apple Corporation. The iPad is making waves among mac lovers and even the iPod and iPhone users are now considering on getting this new gadget or even replacing their older devices by the new iPad tool!I will explain here some of the best features that we can find on the new iPad model. The whole machine has been configured having in mind the Multi-Touch scenario were the consumers uses no mouse but the fingers to move, scroll and click around the iPad screen. The visual effect obtained is magic to say the less. All the iPod and iPhone applications will run on the iPad so that's good news for those owning a mac gadget already.The iPad screen is an high-resolution LED. It has a built in an Apple Chip that ensures the best and fastest interaction with the computer. There is nothing in the market nowadays that can be compared to the iPad yet so it is new on its kind, and it promises to make waves in the market.Price: Buying the iPad is not a dream, its current price in the market ranges from $499 to even $400 if you result to be a good bargain finder.The iPad is thin and light:it is not a fat or heavy device it is so thin that you can hardly fell its weight on your bag or briefcase. The screen is 9.7 inches long, we can say it has a magazine size. it is just 1.5 pounds and half inch thin, you can take it with you virtually anywhere. It has rounded corners so it looks nicer and it is easier to interact with it when being carried or used on your lap or being hold in your hands.What is the iPad Performance?it has an A4 chip inside, ensuring its performance is actually the best in the market compared to any other touch-based devices. You can easily run text applications, watch videos, surf the web and even play games on your iPad, having no worries about performance or productivity.What is the iPad battery life and what are the storage capacities?The iPad provide the user with up to 10 hours of battery life on a single charge. There are some iPad versions that offer the storage choice from 16GB, to 32GB, and even 64GB of flash storage, so you don't have to worry about lacking of storage space for your photos, movies, music, works, etcThe iPad offers 3G connectivity:Soon the iPad will offer a 3G model, having as its main characteristic the option use and transmit super-fast data on speeds that range, up to 7.2 Mbps. That's the ideal option for travelers or if you are not close to a Wifi connection area, using the #G functionality you will be able to still get a fast connection and surf the web despite your location.Does the iPad work on WiFi networks? Yes, it works on any current WiFi network. it has a built-in 802.11n, device letting you connect on any wireless network available for you.Does it has BlueTooth capabilities? The iPad also comes with Bluetooth 2.1 + EDR, letting you connect to devices, cellphones, headphones or even the Apple Wireless Keyboard for those who are in need of writing or producing large amounts of text.The iPad is Multi-Touch!As mentioned before, its Multi-Touch screen on the iPad is new on its kind it relates to the old iPhone but this is totally new and improved from the view of a bigger screen in need of better effects and resolution.This new feature will amaze you by its accuracy and clear and well colored resolution.Buying iPad AccessoriesAs always Apple has everybody covered here when it comes about adding some new gadgets and accessories to your iPad. Some are:The Keyboard Dock, also if you already own an Apple Wireless Keyboard you can use this as well. The Camera Connection Kit, can be of help when importing pictures and photos from your digital camera or any Sd card etc. The iPad Case, will protect the Ipad from any harm while still letting you interact with the gadget. You can still use the Ipad on several positions as required.There are plenty of docks for connecting any other devices you may want to plug and try on your iPad computer. An important note is to be aware that th[...]

How To Optimize Your Apple Macbook Battery

Tue, 08 Jun 2010 05:41:23 GMT

Optimize your Apple Macbook battery settings in Energy Saver preferences to increase battery life.

  1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.

  2. From the View menu, choose Energy Saver.

  3. Click Show Details.

  4. Choose Battery or Battery Power from the "Settings for" pop-up menu.

  5. Choose Longest or Better Battery Life from the Optimize Energy Settings pop-up menu.
These settings will put the hard disk to sleep whenever possible and reduce the computer's microprocessor performance in order to maximize its battery life.

If you are using intensive mac applications, you may wish to modify or change the settings so the microprocessor performance is no longer reduced.

Set your screen brightness to the lowest comfortable level

Press the F1 (dimmer) and F2 (brighter) keys to dim the screen until the brightness is as low as possible and the screen is still comfortable to look at.

Turn off unused features and technologies.

Just as you would turn off the lights in an unoccupied room, turning off unused features and technologies can help maximize your battery life, too. Here are a few suggestions:

  • Eject CDs and DVDs you're no longer using. Every so often, the optical drive spins up to read CDs or DVDs. This consumes a small amount of power.

  • Disconnect peripherals when you're not using them. Connected peripherals, such as printers and digital cameras, can draw power from your battery even when you're not using them.
If you're not in a location where you need to use AirPort or Bluetooth, you can turn them off to save power.

To turn off AirPort:

  1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.

  2. From the View menu, choose Network.

  3. From the Show selection, choose Network Port Configuration.

  4. Uncheck Airport from the list.

  5. Click Apply Now.
To turn off Bluetooth in Mac OS X 10.2 or later:

  1. From the Apple menu, choose System Preferences.

  2. From the View menu, choose Bluetooth.

  3. Click the Settings tab.

  4. Click Turn Bluetooth Off.

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