Tag Archives: 10.8

Tech Tip: Resetting Your Password In OS X 10.7 Or Later

Forget that new super secure password you just created? Breathe easy, there is a simple fix. In OS X versions 10.6 and earlier we would just boot to the installation disk, go to Utilities, and open the Reset Password application....

Random Mac Pro Memory Slot Utility Popup Returns in 10.8

A little over a month ago, OWC Andy told us about a phenomenon occurring with some Mac Pros, wherein the Memory Slot Utility window would appear at startup, even if a user hadn’t upgraded their memory recently. In the same...

Lion No Longer Available

When Apple released OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion yesterday, it quietly removed the option of purchasing it’s predecessor, 10.7 Lion. This is nothing really new; once a new version of the software is released, older versions generally are no longer...

Gatekeeper Keeping Older Applications From Launching

If you’ve installed OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion already, you may have run into one of the new additions to the OS by the name of Gatekeeper. Like other famous gatekeepers, this one only lets certain elements through. In this...

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