Will Vista OS make my computer faster? Check *******www.microsoft-vista.us With Vista's increased memory processing capabilities, improved graphics processing, you will cetainly have a more efficient running machine. So it will appear to make your computer run faster.
The new Vista Operating System has improved security which includes a firewall
and anti-spam tools and parental controls to block out inappropriate sites.
You'll also love the new filing system. Is Vista cool? I think so Want to know more about Vista OS? Check *******www.microsoft-vista.us.
This video shows you how to easily switch between open applications in Mac OS X by using a keyboard shortcut.
People have long wanted to run the Mac OS operating system on PC hardware, In this Tutorial, I will show you how to install and run Mac OS X Panther on your PC using PearPC.
Demo of Multi-Touch Screen on Mac OS X. The video is not fake, and without modification.
*******live.pirillo**** - Just beause OS X is not attacked as much as Windows does not mean it is secure. Here are some helpful tips for staying secure, no matter what operating system you are running.
*******live.pirillo****/ - Windows has a lot of productivity tools, OS X has a lot of artsy stuff. Which one is right for you?
I had a camera at a conference I went to.. this is what happened. Made for the song, "Les os" by the Unicorns
*******live.pirillo**** - In Windows, if you want a program to run automatically on startup, you'll need to go to Start - Programs - and drag the program you want into the Startup folder. In OS X, Apple has made it even easier than that. Go figure.
*******live.pirillo**** - Yes, you can transfer your files from XP to Mac OS X... or back. While they are two completely separate and different Operating Systems, it's not as difficult as you would think to share your files between them.
I hacked into the variables controlling the size of the Dock in Mac OS 10.5 "Leopard."
This is the result.
using a vMac emulator I compiled I put Mac OS 6 on my Samsung Q1 and can use its touch screen as the mouse. So who said there wasn't any touch screen macs? You can download this from my website at:
NAMM 2008- AnalogSuicide speaks to Moog Music's Amos Gaynes about the beautiful new Minimoog OS!