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Originally Posted by BrealpaceVers View Post

How do I sync everything with iCloud? I thought it was possible, lol.

How when it isn't out yet?

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post #42 of 49
I hope SL will support Icloud. I cant upgrade to lion because it seems most of macbook pro 2010 hare having huge problems with Lion so I didnt even try to upgrade. I found many evidence on different forums and sites but Apple do not recognize. Are there any people with macbook pro 2010 that could upgrade with no problems?
Thanks
Flavio
post #43 of 49
I am using Lion on a 2006 core2duo macbook. Works great and just as fast as snow leopard.
2 notes:
1. I did a clean install because I upgraded the harddisk at the same time
2. One thing that does suck in Lion is Safari. Slow and crappy. Switched to chrome because of it.
post #44 of 49
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Originally Posted by fvn View Post

Are there any people with macbook pro 2010 that could upgrade with no problems?

MILLIONS. You don't SEE THEM, however, as they're not going to waste their time on forums saying, "My computer is perfectly fine." You only see the 1/10,000th of the population who are having problems whining about them on forums.

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One thing that does suck in Lion is Safari. Slow and crappy. Switched to chrome because of it.

You did something wrong, then. Safari's perfectly fine.

When 10.7.2 comes out, go back to Safari for a while. Trust me.

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post #45 of 49

Hey im a 2010 user and i like to see the icloud in snow leopard, that evidences will keep-me more satisfied. For the best evidence, i like in my consumer view and not the only one i think to see the upgrades! I beggin my search looking for how configure time machine and stuck here. Um Abraço do Brasil!

post #46 of 49

sory i mistake my model is a macbook 13 2009 not pro.

post #47 of 49

First, welcome.

 

If I'm reading your translation correctly, you want to update your computer from Snow Leopard to something that can use iCloud. If so, here's what you do.


I beggin my search looking for how configure time machine and stuck here.

 

This is a good idea. First you should make sure you have a backup of everything you have. Make sure you have a hard drive picked out to use for Time Machine, and then follow these instructions. There's also a video that can show you what to do, but the audio is only available in English and Chinese… 

 

Once you have a backup, this is how you download an application (or, in this case, Mountain Lion) from the App Store. 

 

When it's done downloading, you'll see this icon in your Applications folder:

 

 

Click it and follow the instructions. Simple!

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post #48 of 49
Briliant Apple !
icloud on SL
what about my 64 bit efi driver for my MP 1,1 that I bought way back in the day coz you sold it to me as a 64 bit machine ?/snake tag

Not going to happen I KNOW.
jus say'n
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Originally Posted by RobM View Post
what about my 64 bit efi driver for my MP 1,1 that I bought way back in the day coz you sold it to me as a 64 bit machine ?

 

What about it? The EFI isn't 64-bit. There wasn't anything disingenuous about Apple's marketing.

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