Faxing seems to be an ancient technology that just won’t die. It is still embraced, often even preferred or required, by many businesses. Most people don’t want to have to own a fax machine any more but do have to fax from time to time. There is a modern day solution. You can easily fax [...]
We just upgraded a 2011 Apple Mac Mini to have an SSD, a second hard drive, and new RAM.
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OCZ 120 GB Vertex 3 SATA III 6.0 Gb-s 2.5-Inch Solid State Drive VTX3-25SAT3-120G Western Digital 1TB Blue WD10JPVT 5400RPM, 8 MB cache, [...]
The Mac OS includes software RAID options. Using the striping option, you can double your storage and greatly improve your read/write performance. But what is the true performance gain and is it worth doing?
What you need
First, you need a Mac capable of holding at least 2 drives. This is actually a problem [...]
The latest versions of the Mac Mini, iMac, and Mac Pro all show improvements over previous versions. Besides a few changes in connections, physically they are relatively unchanged. The main improvement is in performance.
With the upcoming release of the next Mac operating system, Snow Leopard, the threading performance of your Mac hardware is now [...]
I just wrote about inSSIDer for finding and looking at your WiFi 802.11 signals from a Windows computer. Mac users should try:
Like inSSIDer, KisMAC is free open source software. In our experience it is the best WiFi stumbling software for the Mac, supporting all standard Mac WiFi drivers and using monitor mode and [...]