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No. Building an IPA requires Xcode which requires OS X.
Plug in a USB drive that is formatted with FAT while on Mac OS and run Bootcamp Utility, then select the download Windows drivers option. Reboot back into Windows and run Bootcamp.exe/Setup.exe either from AutoPlay or manually.
Bring Finder to the front. Minimize all other apps with altcmdH. Then alt-click on the minus-button of one Finder window to minimize all windows to the dock. Reopen the destination folder by clicking on the appropriate dock (Finder) window icon located near the trash can and move or copy the file on the desktop (tested with 10.7.5 Lion and 10.10.3 ...
Like the others have said, Apple has ceased development for it. The latest Windows version is 5.1.7 and you can find it in several places including FileHippo (http://filehippo.com/download_safari/) It will give you warnings galore, that its not the latest most secure browser, but if you must run it for some reason - there it is.
Command-K in the Finder The address should be smb://<Windows IP or Hostname> Hope this helps!
While running Midnight commander in terminal on MBP (OSX Yosemite) I use ctrl-T for simuating INS
Here are the steps I use to install Windows without needing to burn to a DVD or flash drive. Keep in mind that the final product will NOT be a virtual machine: Install VirtualBox from http://download.virtualbox.org/virtualbox/4.3.28/VirtualBox-4.3.28-100309-OSX.dmg. Make sure it installs the command line tools. Once installed, open it and create a new VM ...
Not without jail breaking the iPhone. There are numerous tweaks available on Cydia (jail break equivalent of App Store) that enable this functionality. iPhones and a Mac computer will both send SMS messages natively from your phone number, but this isn't available on Windows.
At first glance, I am wondering why you are using an HD 4000 driver for an AMD Radeon HD 6970M chip. Have you tried downloading and installing the AMD Drivers? http://www.amd.com/en-us/products/graphics/desktop/6000/6970
No. Visual Studio Code is a glorified text editor I am not certain, but usually enterprise is for volume licensing, although there may be other features given in enterprise not present in professional. I think this is personal preference, pros are you don't need to burn a DVD or mount an ISO, and rather than one large file download it is lots of little ...
The sender is using the proprietary email client Microsoft Outlook. The entire message is sent in a proprietary format to preserve Rich Text Formatting, according to Microsoft. A Google search for Winmail.dat will reveal several work arounds to deal with these kinds of files. The simplest, but most annoying, is to ask the sender to resend the email in ...
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