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You can not install XCode on any version of Windows, it only runs on OS X.


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While running Midnight commander in terminal on MBP (OSX Yosemite) I use ctrl-T for simuating INS


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Yes, you can do it. The instructions are originally for Windows 8. Some terminal commands might be a little different for Windows 10. You will need : Windows 10 x64 ISO file a running Windows installation real or virtualised a blank external hard drive Apple Bootcamp drivers (obtained from the BootCamp setup) on USB key Microsoft AIK Format and prepare ...


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Installing Apps There are several ways to install applications on OS X. The App Store: Another way to install applications is from the App Store. Apps from the App Store are first downloaded as a .dmg to a system directory, and then installed to the /Applications/ directory. Apps downloaded from the App Store are sandboxed, which means that they can only ...


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No. Building an IPA requires Xcode which requires OS X.


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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.


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You can set the default boot partition from the option-boot screen. Press the Control key while clicking the arrow beneath the drive, and that should do the trick.


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The new Keyboard driver on Bootcamp broke the connection for my keyboard under Windows 10 and it might break yours too. So after using the solution from Zidad for the last couple of months (thank you) I decided to find a better solution to be able to use the Fn button and all the volume and multimedia functions of the Apple keyboard, here is what you need ...


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Boot Camp Assistant accepts Win10_SingleLang_EnglishInternational_x64.iso


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If the file ends in .app drag it into the applications folder. If the file ends .pkg double click it to run the intaller. Preferences are normally stored in /Users/username/Library/Preferences or /Users/username/Library/Application Support. Homebrew is used to install command line applications. There is a plugin (homebrew cask) that lets you install gui ...


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Install the wakeonlan package using Homebrew: $ brew install wakeonlan (It's a Perl script for waking up computers via Wake-On-LAN magic packets.) When installed, you can send a "magic packet" from your Terminal to any device using its IP (Internet Protocol) and MAC (Media Access Control) address. Here's an example of a typical use: $ wakeonlan -i ...


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I have installed Windows 8.1 Pro via Boot Camp on my MacBook Pro Retina 15-inch mid-2015, with OS X Yosemite 10.10.4 and Boot Camp Assistant version 5.1.4. I can prove that this version of Boot Camp is no longer creating hybrid GPT/MBR partition scheme to install Windows 8 x64 on Intel-based Macs, and Windows is directly booted in EFI mode. Here are what I ...


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You need to press "host key" which is written in right bottom corner of VirtualBox window. Looking at your screenshot its Right Ctrl. Its not default Mac Command ⌘ because you are running VirtualBox on Windows host, which you are accessing using TeamViewer. See virtualBox manual: link


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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.


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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 ...


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I am currently using Windows 10 TP (Technical Preview Build: 10240) on my MacBook Pro Late 2011. I am using Boot Camp with the drivers made for previous Windows versions. I haven't had any issues with using it but after upgrading to an newer build I was needing to reinstall the driver package again to get it to work properly. Also, as Steve Chambers said in ...


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Who says you can't download Safari for Windows? Get it directly from the Apple servers. http://appldnld.apple.com/Safari5/041-5487.20120509.INU8B/SafariSetup.exe


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The following steps explain how to install Windows 10 on a hard disk drive (HHD) which replaced the original optical drive. The primary drive is assume to be a solid state drive (SSD) with the disk identifier "disk0". The HDD is assumed to be the secondary drive with the disk identifier of "disk1". Note: If your OS X is El Captain (10.11) then you need to ...


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Short answer: No. This feature does not exist on Macs. On a side note, it's also useless in Windows too. A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away, CTRL+ALT+DEL sent a hardware interrupt to the PC's BIOS (which would immediately reboot the computer in the DOS days). That interrupt also had the happy side-effect of breaking things like keyloggers and ...


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Here's an updated procedure for Windows 10, based on orkoden's excellent answer. I tested this process on a MacBookPro11,1 running OS X 10.11.5 (15F34). Throughout the process, directly connect all devices to your Mac. I found that certain operations failed more frequently if I used the USB hub in my monitor. In addition to the external drive that will ...


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Running the VM from a USB drive is definitely possible, but far from optimal. I use VM for running Project and Visio on my mac (never from USB though), and it made a huge difference when I switched to SSD. Some numbers: A decent internal SSD will have a speed (sequential read/write) of around 500 MB/s while a fast external SSD will do around 300 MB/s, and ...


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Simple answer: No. Apple does not allow iOS to run anywhere else but iOS devices (iPhone, iPad, iPod touch) and the Xcode simulator. You could simulate OS X on your Windows VM application and then use Xcode to simulate an iOS device, but this would be really taxing on your computer and really not worth the effort, but you cannot simulate iOS directly on ...


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exFAT is the only format which will work for you as it will allow files greater than 4GB and work on Windows. Disk Utility can format using exFAT.


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For any Mac users who come to this thread, you can assure that your mac will never utilize the USB tethering option by deleting this interface in the Network control panel


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I think the best option here is to use Microsoft Remote Desktop. This is different than the Remote Desktop Client you mention. It has a orangish / red icon and can be found in the app store for free. During setup for the connection there is an option for resolution, have that selected to "native" and you should be able to take advantage of full screen. I ...


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When you don't use the Boot Camp utility to remove Windows, the Windows boot image on your EFI partition is not removed. This is what you see when you hold down ⌥ during boot. The procedure to solve this is not for the faint of heart. You need to mount the EFI partition in OS X (normally, it only gets mounted for system updates). Mounting the EFI partition ...


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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.


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Rob has the gist of this because Apple has not released official Windows 10 drivers and installing Windows 10 on your Mac may or may not work. That said often times you can use previous Windows version drivers on the next version. That often worked when Windows 7 came out, you could use Vista drivers and they usually worked. So it is possible that ...


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I upgraded to Windows 10 on a Macbook Pro 2013 model. Everything work fine except hotkeys. I reinstalled the apple keyboard driver and now those work! Note: drivers can be found at https://support.apple.com/downloads/DL1720/en_US/BootCamp5.1.5621.zip


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Apple most likely stopped Safari for Windows due to it's small marketshare on Windows and lack of explicit reason to continue it. The browser never had anything special and didn't provide any source of income either. Chrome and Midori both did WebKit on Windows anyway ( at the point of discontinuation ). Nonetheless they still keep up the WebKit Project ...



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