Tag Archives: Mountain Lion
Partitions 101: Rules to Resizing Volumes...
Disk Utility, the all-purpose tool for working with storage devices connected to the Mac, has long had the ability to create partitions and manage the resulting volumes. It has...

Think Your Mac Can’t Run Mountain...
With each new major operating system release, more and more Macs lose OS X upgrade support from Apple. This means many previous generation models will never get to see...

Mavericks And iOS 7 First Impressions, So Far Mavericks And iOS 7 First Impressions,...
By onthedownlow, Guest Blogger Well, I have been playing around with both of these betas for a while now and here are some brief, initial thoughts (please feel free to...

Simple Trick To Customized Scrolling
After reading OWC Larry’s article about reassigning the function keys last week, it got me thinking; that’s certainly not the only default setting in Mac OS X that can...


Update on Software Update
It turns out that Apple wasn’t content to simply release iOS 6 yesterday; Many OS X users were treated to updates as well. Granted, many of these updates added...

Random Mac Pro Memory Slot Utility...
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...

Power Nap Not Available to All...
Whenever a new OS, there’s always a feature or two that a lot of people are really looking forward to. With OSX 10.8, lots of MacBook Air and MacBook...


Mountain Lion has Wi-Fi Issues
What would a new OS launch be without a few hiccups? I experienced a Wi-Fi issue on my 2008 iMac wherein Mountain Lion’s Wi-Fi connection gets really slow… dial-up...

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...

OWC Helps You Make Sure Your System is Ready for Mountain Lion OWC Helps You Make Sure Your...
Now that OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion has been released, it’s time to look into all that’s required to upgrade. We touched on this a little bit late last...