Google Chrome OS, the Operating System being currently built by Google for people who would like to work in the cloud has been in the wild as public test builds. It wasn’t isn’t that easy to get Google Chrome OS running on your machine keeping in mind the limited hardware support, and the relative complexity to get it installed. Continue Reading…
Here is a complete guide to get a Dual boot setup with Windows Vista and Leopard running side by side. Please note this is a complete tutorial and if followed exactly you should be running Leopard and Vista side by side without any problems.
Yes, this guide has taken over a month for me to write and I have tried this out every possible combination of hardware setup I could possibly test, and I can assure you that if followed correctly you can easily have Leopard and Vista in a dual boot setup.
Loads of readers have sent me emails, dropped comments on my previous guides on installing Leopard and here is the guide for all you guys who waited so long patiently.
Disclaimer : This Guide is for educational purposes only, I suggest you buy yourself a original Mac. Also please do not post links to the Torrent’s as they will be removed.
Well before we proceed with the guide, here is the stuff that you will need for a successful dual boot setup.
The Ubuntu team is at hard work and I must say I’m impressed with the work that has been done so far. Ubuntu 8.04 is on track to be shipped on April 24th 2008, and in the early stages of its development it continues to impress me with the new features being added..
This alpha release comes with HOT new features and improvements, like PulseAudio as the default sound system, the latest and greatest 2.6.24 Linux kernel and Xorg 7.3, with an emphasis on better autoconfiguration without config files
“The Ubuntu developers are moving very quickly to bring you the absolute latest and greatest software the Open Source Community has to offer. Hardy Heron Alpha 2 is the second alpha release of Ubuntu 8.04, and with this new alpha release comes a whole host of excellent new features.”
Well here is what is new in Ubuntu 8.04 Alpha :
Rumors about Google making a mobile phone have been floating around the internet for quite some time now. But after repeated denials by Google regarding the making of a phone. Google decided to launch Android the next generation Mobile OS that encourages an open environment, where the customer is the real king and not the service providers..
Android is a stripped down version of Linux, and it will be available under the very popular Apache Software Licence. By Being open source, I am sure Android will appeal to a large number of developers to develop applications for the Mobile OS.
Well our friend MacWorld has some amazing tips for you to install Leopard on your existing Mac. There are quite a few gems in there and I suggest you read through them if you are planning to upgrade to Leopard the moment it comes out on the 26th. Well the steps might actually look quite silly, first of all I would suggest you clean up your hard drive, remove apps you don’t use anymore and a host of other things that you should do to have your Mac running as smooth as it’s been running now. .
Well there are things that are hidden for the average user like the hidden corners of the hard disk that have accumulated a lot of dust over the past few months of usage. Well if you want to start clean then read through this,
- In /Library, /Library/Application Support, ~/Library, and ~/Library/Application Support, look for folder names matching applications you no longer use, and delete them.
- Your /Library and ~/Library folders may contain other folders that store components of third-party utilities. Look in Application Enhancers, Bundles, Contextual Menu Items, InputManagers, and PreferencePanes for any system enhancements you no longer use, and drag them to the Trash.