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Tag Archives: Apple
By this time you would’ve known Apple has now started a Mac Appstore ! You can get all the softwares for your Mac right from the Mac App store. Its pretty neat, a one stop shop for your software needs. … Continue reading
Few days ago, my magic mouse seemed to have magically disappeared (my 6 year old son thought it was funny to hide it) and I had to get some stuffs done and could not figure out the keyboard shortcuts. My … Continue reading
What ?!? Virus on a Mac ! Not a chance !! Thats what the Mac fan boys claim. To certain extent its right. One of the many high points of Mac is that its not prone to virus attack. … Continue reading