|1.||Mac OS X Lion|
Apples latest operating system that will probably be its last to be named after a cat.
....shortly after the completion of Mac OS X Lion.....
Apple employee 1: "Hey man, what are we going to call the next version of Mac OS X?"
Apple employee 2: "Well, we've already used Cheetah, Puma, Jaguar, Panther, Tiger, Leopard, Snow Leopard and Lion...so we'll just use .... maybe .... umm .... well ..... great .... were screwed!"
|2.||Apple inverted / natural scrolling - I want it to GO AWAY|
I just upgraded to OSX Lion 10.7, I own a normal fucking mouse (Intellimouse), not some "magic-harry-potter" mouse, and I hate invented scrolling - in fact, trouble is that I cannot find a way to change it.
When I go to "System Preferences" - "Mouse" .. there's nothing. When I go to "System Preferences" - "Microsoft Mouse"; guess what? NOT A FUCKING THING.
So gents and ladys, how do I get rid of this piece of shit so I can fucking scroll as I've been doing for the last two decades?
Jesus-fucking-Christ, fuck you, Steve!
Oh, and to you out there, who answers this question: THANK YOU VERY MUCH FOR YOUR KINDNESS!
How can I remove inverted scrolling in OSX Lion with a normal (NO MAGIC MOUSE) mouse? Apple inverted / natural scrolling - I want it to GO AWAY
The process of successfully installing Apple OS X Lion (10.7) on a PC. Also called Hackintoshing.
Me: Oh hey, how is you Hackintosh going?
Mate: Oh really good thanks.
Me: Have you got past the difficulties of Lionising yet?
The helper agent for Mac OS X Lion's Resume feature; TALAgent is the shortened name (in NSNomenclature) for "Transparent Application Lifecycle Agent." It's a small background utility responsible for launching applications that were open when the computer was last shut down, and for quitting certain applications when RAM gets low.
It was assumed that by preventing TALAgent from running, one could keep unwanted applications from re-launching. In fact, it only caused more problems.
A computer program made by Apple that allows the user to install X86 based operating systems such as Windows and Linux in a dual boot or a triple boot configuration along side Mac OS X on computers with X86 processors made by Apple. That includes the iMac,Mac Pro,Mac Book,Mac Book Pro,Mac Book Air, and the Mac Mini. This setup will allow each operating system to run at full speed and make full use of 3D graphics.
Bootcamp is the best program to setup a dual boot or a triple boot on Apple's hardware An example includes the following. Mac OS X Mountain Lion, Windows 7, and Ubuntu Linux.
One who is skilled in the arts of the Macintosh operating system X.
Robyn is a MacOSXpert, She is very knowledgeable about the operating system she uses on a daily basis.