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Jul
16
answered Sharing mounted FreeNAS volume
Jul
16
comment Sharing mounted FreeNAS volume
I will check that, but IS there a way to share a mounted FreeNAS volume? That would be the quickest solution for us for now.
Jul
15
asked Sharing mounted FreeNAS volume
Jul
7
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
2
awarded  Curious
Jun
24
comment Recover Picasa people/face data
1. Do you know what does the "contacts.xml" file do? 2. So none of the 'training' info is stored online?
Jun
24
asked Recover Picasa people/face data
May
12
awarded  Popular Question
Apr
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
17
comment Looking for solution to make iPad kid-friendly
Yeah, that's way too much hassle. It's like six taps to disable, then again to enable. I wish there were a little toggle in the quick settings pull up from the bottom.
Mar
17
asked Looking for solution to make iPad kid-friendly
Mar
14
revised How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
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Mar
14
comment How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
I replaced with SSD -- seems faster -- but follow up here: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/124259
Mar
14
asked Best version of OSX for 2008 iMac?
Mar
11
comment How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
@bmike Memory pressure graph is yellow .. Here's the memory panel: i.imgur.com/3M0XVOv.png This is with about 200MB "free".
Mar
11
comment How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
I don't think booting off an SSD via USB2.0 would be even remotely similar to installing it internally... I'm sure the internal drive, slow as it might be, is faster via SATA than any USB2.0 connection...
Mar
11
comment How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
@bmike, Yeah, I'd love to know how to diagnose where the bottleneck is!
Mar
10
comment How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
@AnonymousAppDev - I'd love to, but would rather avoid spending $80+ for a 4GB RAM chip. I already have an SSD.
Mar
10
revised How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
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Mar
8
comment How to improve old, slow iMac — new SSD? Or more RAM?
@Mark, mainly switching/loading apps, I would say. Once an app is running, it's not TOO bad.