Posts Tagged “Macbook”

Apple “Switch” still Relevant

By | December 8, 2010

My wife was in Phoenix recently visiting her parents. She sent me this email (she has a Macbook): So I was printing out my boarding card… I plugged dad’s printer into my computer… and he said “oh, oh you will need a driver” and I replied “really???, well let me try.” I checked my control […]

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17″ Macbook Pro – Glossy vs. Matte

By | January 13, 2009

When Apple first announced that they were moving all of their displays to glossy, I was, in a word, horrified. I’ve always preferred the matte displays and I didn’t like this move at all. When Apple announced the new 17″ Macbook Pro at Macworld 2009, they said we would actually still have the choice on […]

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Aluminum Macbooks unstable after 3rd party RAM upgrade

By | December 8, 2008

Back in October I wrote a post about how you could save over $500 by buying 3rd party RAM instead of buying Apple’s incredibly overpriced RAM. That was good advise for the previous generation of Macbooks and Macbooks Pros, but it may not be the best thing to do for the new (late 2008) Aluminum […]

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Get the most out of your Macbook battery

By | July 28, 2008

Apple has posted a Quick Tip video on optimizing battery performance of your Macbook or Macbook Pro.

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My Macworld 2008 Predictions

By | January 14, 2008

Photo Credit: wahaha_wu We’re only a couple of days from the Macworld 2008 keynote so I thought it was about time to post my predictions. After all, what’s Macworld without predictions? As we all know by now, the banners that went up over at Moscone Center read, “There’s something in the air”. Like most people, […]

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