Snow Leopard

How to check RightZoom compatibility with Snow Leopard

MAC OS X Snow leopard is the most wonderful release of MAC OS for Macintosh computers. It improved performance, increased efficiency and reduced the overall memory footprint. There are bundles of applications that were rewritten for this major release to take the advantage of modern Macintosh hardware system. You want to get rid of green

Mac Security Hardening Tips – National Security Agency

Hardening Tips for Mac OS X 10.6 ‘Snow Leopard’ have been offered by the National Security Agency (NSA). It is a tri-fold security booklet for the agency’s Information Assurance Mission. Honestly, some of the NSA’s suggestions are brilliant such as FileVault for laptops, non-admin accounts, disabling (at least through software) unnecessary services or hardware. Although

PowerUp 1.0 Is New Task Manager For Mac OS X

ConjureBunny Software has launched PowerUp 1.0, a task manager designed to assist you in staying focused. It requires Mac OS X 10.6.6 or higher on an Intel-based Mac. PowerUp 1.0 is available for US$20 for a single-user license. It is basically a step-by-step task manager with a built-in progress tracker. You flesh out big or

How To: Re-Download OSX Lion From The Mac App Store

A problem that is often faced is that when Lion gets installed, the installer is removed. In the past, if you needed to re-download Lion, you would require to do so from a Mac with Snow Leopard (10.6.8) installed on it. Well, a solution has been found to re-download the installer from a Lion PC.

Apple’s Existing Mac Lines Tweaked For OS X Lion

While Apple launched new MacBook Air and Mac mini models alongside OS X Lion last week, the company also updated its other Mac lines to start shipping them with Lion. But Apple changed a little more than just the operating system on those models, as MacTrast details with a comparison of a new MacBook Pro

Any Mac With A Firewire Port Running OS X Lion Can Be Hacked Within Minutes [Report]

OS X Lion is being hailed by several as the most secure operating system until now, not just from Apple. But behind all the talk, there’s a massive security hole in OS X Lion that has been there at least since Snow Leopard. Any Mac with a Firewire port is defenseless to it, and it’s

Apple Releases Canon Printers Drivers 2.6 Update For Mac OS X 10.6 Users

If you have a Canon printer than it might turn out to be the most exciting news in the world for you as it’s necessary. Apple has released its Apple Canon Printer Drivers 2.6 package. The Canon Printer Drivers v2.6 support Mac OS 10.6 (Snow Leopard). With the update you’ll get the latest software for

Wait The MacBook Air Must For Lion To Unleash!

According to the reports, Apple will wait for the release of the new air until Lion is completely unleashed. That makes perfect sense to me as there can’t be a way that Apple would release a new machine with a new version of the OS before the OS was available to buy on its own.

Mac Defender Attackers Circumvent Latest Snow Leopard Safeguards

A report notes, malware coders have already succeeded to bypass the initial antivirus signatures implemented with Security Update 2011-003. A new version of Mac Defender, linked to a file called Mdinstall.pkg, appears to have been intentionally crafted to go undetected by up-to-date copies of Snow Leopard. The file is even time stamped to Tuesday at