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Mac OS X Dock, Finder, Spaces, Menubar are not responded

Sometimes it just seems to happen, you’re getting the spinning beachball on Mac OS X System Applications/Tools, like the Finder when connecting to a messed up network share. Luckily, most of the time it’s easy (yet annoying) to fix via starting the Terminal and using following commands (beware, the names of the programs to kill are case sensitive!): The Finder crashed: killall -KILL Finder (you can also restart the Finder by option (=alt) + rightclicking […]


Fix QuickTime crash on launch in Mac OSX

Process:         QuickTime Player [16463] Path:            /Applications/QuickTime Player Identifier: Version:         10.2 (603.12) Build Info:      QuickTimePlayerX-603012000000000~1 Code Type:       X86-64 (Native)Parent Process:  launchd [137] User ID:         501     Date/Time:       2013-06-02 14:28:05.861 +0400 OS Version:      Mac OS X 10.8.3 (12D78) Report Version:  10   Interval Since Last Report:          13526 sec Crashes Since Last Report:           4 Per-App Interval Since Last Report:  43 sec Per-App Crashes Since Last Report:   4 Anonymous UUID:                      F04F6ADA-5B29-6015-7594-EAAF73E4879A     Crashed Thread:  7  […]


Optimizing – MacOS X Lion for Non Mac SSD

DISCLAIMER: Applying any of these tweakss is at your own risk. Make sure you back up your computer before trying any of these. Don’t run benchmarks on your new SSD Use Trim Enabler Turn off local Time Machine snapshots [laptops only] Turn off hibernation [laptops only] Set noatime flag Move user home directories to HDD [SSD+HDD only] Use RAM disk or HDD for temporary files Turn off sudden motion sensor [SSD+HDD only] Turn off hard […]


How to – defense your home internet network

Hi friends. last time, i shown you a powerful computer security offensive tool, calls backtrack. Today, i will talk about how to defense your own home internet network. Almost everyone know that antivirus can protect their computer, but it is about only the computer itself. What about other entities, for example, wireless and internet sharing? the antivirus that installed on you computer does not cover all of these. So, how do you know there […]


How to!! Show hidden files in Mac and Windows

This article for newbies user. It was happen to me when I first use computer. Let see if it could help you some time to show and hide files on your computer to hide it from someone.. Mac Access the Mac’s Terminal go to Application>Utilities>Terminal To Show the hidden files # defaults write AppleShowAllFiles TRUE # 
killall Finder To hide the hidden files # defaults write AppleShowAllFiles FALSE # 
killall Finder How to […]


The weakness of Apple Macbook’s charger

In the last few days, I faced a big problem with my computer. The computer was not charged. After spent a couple of hours to find out what was happened to my Macbook, I have try all most every possible way and I found that the charger itself is not working.  Why? Because of the line was broken inside. Consequently, it made the Magnet connector short circuit. However, the Macbook charger has a lot of […]


MacBook Pro (2011) – RAM upgrade

Hi everyone. Since I bought my MacBook pro early last year (2011) (cost me $23xx) “MacBook pro 15″, CPU: i7 2.0 GHz, RAM: 4GB DDR3, HDD: 500GB”. It firstly seems like very fast for me. However, after a couple of months used and load of program had installed and running at the same time, it was getting slower and slower (some time just couple seconds freezing). Surprisingly, there is not things wrong with CPU, it […]

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