I don't really understand the "top" stuff that much, and I don't want to sound like a fool... but have you tried rebooting? Sometimes that can clear out old stuff (I don't know what exactly) and it can help the system to be a...
Originally posted by Escher
Or the PowerBook G5 can move up to a black anodized Aluminum shell. Let the consumers suffer with shiny light bezels, but not the pros.
YEAH! I lke that idea!
A black anodized...
Originally posted by alcimedes
well, if it makes you feel any better, think of your battery in your laptop as a little UPS. it protected you against brownouts and blackouts for 3 years, and now it's time to replace the...
Originally posted by jwri004
The name MacJanitor springs to mind, but this only from memory, and not from use.
As stated from memory, and could be completely wrong
Also does "less is more" in your sig come...
Originally posted by PS5533
yah thats a bummer for both me and interact too bad you(interact) didn't have your battery out when you were running on teh powercord.
I'm experiencing the same problems with my battery too -...
Originally posted by Chinney
I seemed to have screwed up permissions when I transferred a large folder of files (essentially just end-user .doc and .ppt files) from one of the defined users on my machine to the other. I could...
Originally posted by rok
well, one minor example of erroneous permission settings causing problems would be an installer (and trust me, unless you are anal-retentive out the wazoo, you install things way more often than you...
Originally posted by Kickaha
When you install a package using the Apple Installer application, a Receipt is made in /Library/Receipts. If you go peek inside one of those .pkg files, you'll see the Archive.bom file, which lists...