I need more help with my new Mac! I used to use IIS on my Windows PC to run a photo gallery software package that I could use from anywhere, and registered a domain that I used GoDaddy to point to my home server. I had to setup an SQL server on it, PHP, and everything, so it has it's own database and I've spend many hours adding pictures to it, tagging them, and so on, so I would like to just move this all over to my new Mac as painlessly as possibly. My question is, does a Mac have a built-in web server software like Windows had IIS? And if so, how do I use it?
Hi everyone, I just got a new iMac and I plugged in my external USB hard drive, I can read and copy files from it, but then I can't delete anything off of it? I'm told it's because it's formatted as NTFS, how can I make my new Mac use my drive as it is without formatting it just for macs? I'd like to still be able to put photos, music, etc. on it that I'd be able to plug into and view on PC's. Is there some easy (preferably free) way to do this?
Way to make Macs user-friendly, Apple!
If your Mac is freezing, not starting up correctly, or behaving in another odd way, you could be looking at several possible causes. For example, a hardware failure, software glitch, or corrupt file might be to blame. To help narrow down the possibilities and perhaps just gain access to your files again, Safe Mode is a good place to start.
iPhone Explorer lets you use an iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad as if it were in disk mode or a Flash Drive. iPhone Explorer is an iPhone browser for Mac & PC that lets you browse the files and folders on your iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad as if it were a normal USB Flash Drive or pen drive. You can use the easy drag-and-drop methods to add or remove files and folders from the iPhone. Compatible with all iPhones and iPod Touches including the new iPhone 4 and iOS 4 firmware.
I love Keyboard Shortcuts, they are great time savers and once you learn them they just become an automatic thing.
If you are a new user of Mac or perhaps forgotten some of the Mac Keyboard Shortcuts here is a printable guide so that you can have them right in front of you for reference.
The Screen Capture shortcut is very useful
⇧ ⌘ 3 Screen to file
The "Hide App" (Application) Shortcut is awesome
⌘ H Hide app
Disk Utility lets you configure and manage disks (hard drives) on your mac.
Using Disk Utility, you can:
OK, so i wasnt sure on where to post this one because it jumps through about 4 different categories. Hardware, software, windows, mac. I have a macbook with windows xp lite installed on it. and i cannot find no drivers in xp form that would help work the mac hardware. i know xp can be put on mac, but i guess the drivers is where they stick it to ya for trying to cross platform. the mouse lags, the keybaord lags, the resolution is low, theres no windows startup sound. other than that its fine. runs good, boots ok, ideas?
So we all know how staunch Apple lovers can be, well now they will have their own dating website Launching in June 2010 cupidtino.com is a place where you can meet and date a fellow Apple lover. The site will only launch on Apple platforms of course, no PC's allowed. Ridiculous? or does it make total geek sense?