Originally Posted By: MacGizmoI absolutely hate Netflix for their streaming content. They have a lot of good older stuff, and plenty of documentaries, etc. But they have exactly jack sh!t for new releases, or even two to three year old movies. I ju
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wendy_Thomas Melinda Lou "Wendy " Thomas Morse is said to own more than 30 stores and has started doing her own commercials for Wendy's So I guess it goes with the territory Dave
When I get back from Boston (driving out there end of next week for a few days to meet my new grandson), I will probably install Yosemite on my MBP. But I'm taking work with me (just in case), so I need to avoid any hassles 'til I get back.
Originally Posted By: DLCOriginally Posted By: MrBAw! That would be another. Or could be a red headed lass called Wendy Dave you might be right - I heard she was a gnarly bitch !! Is that right? I've not heard. Interesting Dave
I absolutely hate Netflix for their streaming content. They have a lot of good older stuff, and plenty of documentaries, etc. But they have exactly jack sh!t for new releases, or even two to three year old movies.
John, you can not only bring the favorite bar back like the old safari, but you can just click in the URL bar and a drop down appears with all your bookmarks. It's very different, but I got used to it after about a week of use. The public beta is MU
iMac 2011. You're making me jealous with all this SSD talk. 12GB Ram is great, but it never really speed things up (yes it did), it just allowed me to have more programs open at the same time. I used Migration Assistant to transfer all the crap since
Like I posted in another thread, I put the SSD in my 2009 mini on Mavericks, it sped things up by a factor of 5 at least. That was the system I have migrated over since a G4 on Leopard. I have installed all sorts of crap stuff on it over the last 7 y
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