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Here is the software we use in our company (Windows): Radmin Highly recommend. Not sure they have MAC version but my colleagues say they used it on MAC.
No: Snow Leopard runs Safari 5.1.10 at the newest (via and also). I recommend using Chrome or Firefox if you downgrade back to Snow Leopard. There are messages that Chrome and Firefox no longer support Leopard, but both seem to still support Snow Leopard.
OK, I solved it. So I first found this article, which said to killall iTunesHelper. That didn't work. After that I found an Apple discussions thread on this where someone had to killall AlertAll (the process responsible for the Install Alert). I did that and the installation finished succesfully. Step-by-step Go through the installation and get this alert ...
Booting from an install media such as a Snow Leopard install DVD will not boot to your desktop. Instead, it will boot to the OS installed on the disc and whilst this is OS X, there's no Finder for you to move files around. However, the disc does come with Terminal and you can use it to copy your files to somewhere else, another disk, etc. There are numerous ...
Click "Use Previous Disk" and "Inherit Backup History", so you will be able to use the old backups.
Convert to Shell Script and AppleScript Pair Convert your check for the battery status to a shell script. The shell script can then run regularly through a launchd job ticket without presenting any user interface. When the conditions are met, your shell script can launch an AppleScript to interact with the user. This assumes you use an ...
One way is to make a custom keyboard layout using http://scripts.sil.org/ukelele Another option might be to use system preferences/language & text/text/symbol and text substitution to set up substitutions for the input of the base character plus ' generating the accented character. But I no longer have 10.6 and can't remember if this feature is ...
Many websites have auto-play flash. Disable it in Safari, and you will be prompted to play them if you click on it. Set Adobe Flash to ASK! That way all the unwonted one wont eat up your memory.
Your first step is to reboot the Mac. Next, check the amount of hard drive space you have - if it is less than 10% of the drive size or less than four or five times the size of RAM you may be getting problems with the OS finding swap space or being able to defrag the drive. Then you might install AppleJack and give it a run. Next, using Disk Utility run a ...
Open Activity Monitor and see if something is using an excessive amount of CPU. Open disk utility and mark your volume. Check how much Space is available on your drive. Verify hdd and volume.
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