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To further this: The SMB2 support in OS X 10.9 is rather buggy. It occasionally completely locks up requiring restart. At work, we've enforced SMB1 only, which can be done either by connecting with the cifs:// protocol, but since this can be hard to enforce for non-technical users, you can also write a preference file to either ...


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ChronoSync is an option for syncing Windows and Mac. You can request a trial license key through their website to test it out and see if it works for your situation: http://www.econtechnologies.com/support/trial-key.php


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You can do this on the Macbook Pro trackpad by pressing down with two fingers hard enough to engage the mechanical "mouse" button built in to the trackpad. Drag your item(s) to the desired destination and then release the pressure off the button and... voila! Windows will display the right drag menu at that point. Unfortunately this doesn't allow "locked ...


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If your ad hoc address is 192.168.137.1 you should set macbook's ip to 192.168.137.2 or some address like that manually (between 192.168.137.2 and 192.168.137.254) because it is an ad hoc network with no DHCP server. Set router ip to ad hoc's ip: 192.168.137.1.


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You might find that Carbon Copy Cloner will do what you want. It certainly allows you to create a task to copy a given set of folders to any destination you can mount. It's not expensive ($40 US) and offers a trial version so you can check it out before ponying up the dollars. I'm assuming you have figured out how to mount your Windows Home Server via SMB.


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It is not possible to change the time-out within iTunes easily. But there is another solution to your problem. Create a playlist of an internet stream Go to the iTunes Internet tab. Select your radiostation Get Info (File -> Get Info, or CommandI) In the info screen, select the Summary section Right click the URL next to Where:, 'Copy URL' Now open this ...


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This doesn't answer your title, but your question I suppose. Unless you just have the AirPort lying around without any use, a cheaper solution would be to get a USB Wireless Adapter. You can get those for almost a tenth of the price of an Airport.


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Try uBar (I am the developer). It's got the functionality you want, and does even more than the Windows taskbar ever did. For example, hold the Ctrl key to make it display CPU % and RAM usage for tasks...!


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try uBar, which is a Windows-style taskbar for OS X (I am the developer). Just set Window Grouping to Never in the preferences, and it will display each individual window in the bar.


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Unfortunately, there are some errors in the iTunes backups that cause iTunes to not be able to update the backup anymore. To fix this, you need to erase the existing (corrupted) backup from iTunes to force the backup to be created from scratch. This other post shows how to delete the backup in iTunes as well how to delete the backup manually in case iTunes ...



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