Posts tagged macbook pro
When I say that I’ve looked for the best USB hub for my MacBook Pro, believe me, I really have. Almost everyday I scour the vast Internet in search for what I deemed as the best USB hub for the MacBook Pro. Specifically, the current Unibody MacBook Pros.
If you use a 13″ MacBook Pro like I do, it wouldn’t be long before you realise that 2 USB ports just isn’t enough. So the only alternative is to get a USB hub to extend your ability to More >
Here’s a quick tip to fix for those of you Mac users who are using Parallels 5 as the virtualization solution.
Support came back to me with the following steps to fix the problem. First, quit Parallels if it’s already running. Then go through the steps noted below.
- Go to /Library/Parallels/
- Right-click on “Parallels Service.app” -> Show Package Contents
- Go to /Contents/PlugIns/
- Right-click on “Parallels Network Start.app” -> Show Package More >
If you’re use both Mac and Windows workstations, then you’d probably also have a bunch of removable hard disks that’s formatted as NTFS laying around. And you’d also obviously know that OS X does read from an NTFS partition. The trouble is, you don’t get NTFS write by default.
In Snow Leopard, both read and write capability is apparently available natively. The reason why it’s not officially available, it seems, is due to licensing issues More >