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Posts Tagged ‘apple

How I Managed to Upgrade My Parallels Desktop from Version 7 to 8 onto OS X Mavericks

Sunday, 9 February 2014

So, I deemed it was time to move on from OS X Lion to Mavericks. From a previous inquiry, I found out that my version 7 of Parallels Desktop wouldn’t run on Maverick. After waiting for quite a while, last Christmas netted me a deep discount for its iteration number 8. I nailed a full […]

What to Do When TimeMachine Fails to Back-up After Migrating A Mac to Another Mac Through TimeMachine Migration Assistant

Sunday, 22 September 2013

So, the other day I transferred my old Mac to another, brand new one. There are several methods, I know. However, since I’ve set up a NAS TimeMachine drive (a satisfied owner of WD My Book Live 3TB) a long while ago and have religiously done TimeMachine back-ups, I preferred the TimeMachine route of doing […]

MacLocks Security Skin for MacBook Air 13″

Sunday, 3 June 2012

Merely minutes after I got my hands on Apple’s gorgeous product —Apple fanboyism, guilty as charged— I had an epiphany. Where the hell is its Kensington security slot? Living in a country where laptop theft is rampant, I couldn’t imagine leaving my laptop out in the open without protection at all. After a cursory search, […]