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Who is asking you to "pony up" again? Did your iLife 08 stop working when iLife 09 came out? Mine was fine. If you think the upgrade is worth the price, you buy it. If it isn't, you don't. Hey, I just bought a new Mac and yeah, I'm now wishing I'd waited a few more days... but if I have to buy iLife 10, I'll choose to do so if the upgrade is worthwhile for me. Otherwise, iLife 09 rocks (well, for me it's all about iPhoto and the FlickrExport add-on)
If there is a new version of iLife, is there any free upgrade for those of us who just bought new Macs? I know... probably not...
I own a mini, but not as a server. Still, I'd think the benefits are obvious: size, cost, the lower cost of energy. I love my mini and am tempted to upgrade to a new one just for the boost to 4 gigs of ram. The speed boost would be nice too, I suppose, but I'm not really sure how much of a difference going from 2ghz to 2.5 ghz would make in everyday use. Then again, maybe it would be a big difference? I'd definitely benefit from having more RAM, that's for sure. I've...
Gotcha. No worries... but I'd really like to learn how to set up both my Mac and cheapo netbook, and be able to transfer files on a somewhat regular basis.
It's just so surprising to me that in 2010, there still isn't an easy way for two computers to see each other and swap content... especially when they're already sharing the same wifi. Crazy.
Apparently, for 10.6, there's a different link (but thanks for the one you sent as it helped me find the proper one for Snow Leopard) http://docs.info.apple.com/article.h...6/en/8201.html Still... that info only tells how to turn on file sharing, but it doesn't explain how to actually share files. I'm pretty clueless when it comes to XP. ...anybody know how to share files between a Mac and XP? Do I need to turn on some sort of file sharing in Windows? How do I...
The title pretty much says it all. I have a netbook with XP (and Jolicloud, actually). I'd like to transfer some music from my Mac to the netbook. What's the easiest way to do this?
I use the EQ in iTunes but I'd like to be able to EQ Safari or Firefox when listening to streams online... or Quicktime... or any other audio source in my Mac. Is there a way to do this without using AudioHijack? I have Audio Hijack Pro and love it, but I'm looking for more of an always-on set it and forget it solution. A system prefs control panel would be perfect, if only there were such a thing. Is there? I'm using an Apogee Duet an amp and studio speakers, so...
Yes, really. It isn't that people will want to load this onto a netbook. It's that people want a netbook for precisely that use: A NET book. If Google can find a way to get companies to sell netbooks with their "just a browser" OS, I think it'll take off in a big way.
Apparently, AT&T understands how to be cool just about as well as Microsoft. That ad is lame. It doesn't help that they prove Verizon right by talking about their "3G experience" rather than what people care about: 3G coverage. People want their phones to work. Dropped calls and spotty coverage are things that don't work.
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