Safari 6.0 comes with the rudimentary support for password management and if you are already using another third-party solution you might just want to turn these prompts off. Turning them off is simple and easy all you need to do is follow these steps.
Anxious and loyal Apple customers seeking to upgrade their new computers to Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion are telling us that they are going to bed without. No supper…errr Mac OS X update for you kids.
We encountered a small problem with several Macs which were upgraded to Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion this afternoon. The problem manifested itself when we noticed that applications we launched previously didn’t remember the desktop they opened on last. We are avid fans of Mission Control and we love to use multiple desktops so this was a bit disheartening. Luckily the fix was an easy one.
Last week we discovered odd kinks forming in the thin cable of the MagSafe 2 power adapter that shipped with the mid-2012 11-inch MacBook Air we purchased. You can see them in the photo above. We went to a local Genius Bar and Apple replaced the adapter with one off of the store shelves.
Mac OS X Mountain Lion Preview 3 was released recently and anxious developers who are trying to use it with Parallels Desktop 7 are running into a problem that prevents the Mac OS X installer from launching. Luckily the fix is easy.
On Wednesday my MacBook Air started displaying something unexpected on the FileVault 2 login screen. My Mac was no longer displaying the picture I selected for my user account or my name. Instead it was displaying a silhouette of a person with a question mark superimposed over it and underneath in brackets it read, “update needed. ”