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May
16
asked How do I fast charge my non-Apple device from a Macbook Pro?
May
2
answered Safari - Display Favicons In Favorites Bar
May
2
answered Yosemite Safari Favicon
Apr
22
answered How to display favicon on my Safari Tab ?
Apr
22
answered Default search language in Safari?
Jan
8
awarded  Necromancer
Dec
24
comment Is a there a simple solution to avoid problems with hotspots?
Mac OS X has built-in functionality to detect hotspot redirects, and will automatically open a window to allow authentication (maybe just a Webkit view?). This is not a part a browser, and as far as I know, there is no way to control this behavior.
Nov
28
awarded  Famous Question
Nov
7
awarded  Nice Question
Sep
17
awarded  Notable Question
Aug
15
awarded  Popular Question
Jun
20
awarded  Benefactor
Jun
15
awarded  Notable Question
Jun
14
comment How do you force a 5 GHz wifi connection?
Bluetooth performance is empirically degraded (e.g. jumpy mouse, audio loss, observed irregularities in Bluetooth data inspector) when the laptop is connected to a 2.4 GHz wifi network, no matter which network. Packet loss and latency also increases on 2.4 GHz wifi when connected to Bluetooth devices.
Jun
13
comment Changing CPU frequency policies in OS X
...but you didn't answer the question about CPU performance policy.
Jun
13
comment How do you force a 5 GHz wifi connection?
Nope. I don't have admin access to the router.
Jun
13
answered A tricky Bootcamp/SSD problem
Jun
13
awarded  Promoter
Jun
3
comment How do you force a 5 GHz wifi connection?
No. A router may already be configured to only provide 802.11n (or 802.11ac), and it may provide it on both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands simultaneously. An 802.11 protocol is not synonymous with a frequency band.
Jun
3
revised How do you force a 5 GHz wifi connection?
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