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EnzymeX

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  • Birthday 09/01/1989

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  1. 10.4.11

    Apple released the Mac OS X 10.4.11 Update today through Software Update: The 10.4.11 Update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Tiger and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility and security of your Mac. This update also includes Safari 3, the latest version of Apple's web browser. Apple details the improvements in a support document. Improvements include: - Includes Safari 3 - Adds RAW image decoding support for the following cameras: Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ50, Leica V-Lux 1, Olympus E-400, Olympus EVOLT E410, Olympus EVOLT E510, Canon EOS 40D - Improves compatibility when using OpenType fonts in QuarkExpress - Improves reliability when running VMWARE's Fusion - Improves support for using Image Capture to import pictures taken on your iPhone - Improves syncing between iPhone and Yahoo! address books - Addresses an issue copying files from a Mac OS 9 AFP sharepoint - Improved reliability advertising an AFP sharepoint over Bonjour - Addresses an issue which could prevent the use of port mapping when sharing your Mac's internet connection - Improves reliability when trying to authenticate to an AFP share using Kerberos - Improves compatibility with third-party wireless wide-area network devices - Improves reliability when mounting external USB hard drives. - Adds support for Microsoft Presenter Mouse 8000 - Addresses an issue in which selecting two rows of album art within the iTunes artwork Screen Saver may cause System Preferences to unexpectedly quit - Includes updated Daylight Saving Time information for customers in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States state of Indiana - Allows the use of the special keys on aluminum Apple Keyboards to control Aperture slideshows - Addresses an issue in which help content for some applications may be displayed in English when using the computer in another Mac OS X language - Addresses issues with certain Apple Dashboard widgets: Unit Converter, Calculator, Stocks Apple also incorporated a number of security updates.
  2. Hong Kong

    ok thanks. is this the same for leopard then?
  3. My girlfriend is going on a break to Hong Kong and i was wondering if she bought an iMac if it would work back here in the UK. Dan
  4. Who has pre-order Leopard?

    1x OS X Leopard copy. £75.20 on education site.
  5. Who has pre-ordered OS X Leopard (10.5) already? Dan
  6. Apple Announces Mac OS X Server Leopard CUPERTINO, California—October 16, 2007—Apple® today announced that Mac OS® X Server version 10.5 Leopard will go on sale on Friday, October 26, at the same time as Mac OS X Leopard. Leopard Server extends Apple's legendary ease of use, making it even easier to take advantage of the benefits of a server, and introduces Podcast Producer, the ideal way to automatically publish podcasts to iTunes® or the web. Leopard Server packs more than 250 new features including Wiki Server, allowing people to collaboratively create and modify their shared web sites with just a few clicks; and iCal® Server, the world's first commercial CalDAV standard-based calendar server. "Leopard Server is the best release of Mac OS X Server yet, bringing more great innovations, like Podcast Producer, Wiki Server and iCal Server," said Philip Schiller, Apple's senior vice president of Worldwide Product Marketing. "With new setup features that have a server up and running within minutes and no client access licenses, Leopard Server is the ideal alternative to complicated and expensive server offerings for small and large businesses." Leopard Server presents new features for effortless setup, management and monitoring of systems on the network. Server Assistant configures server applications, network settings such as IP addresses and DNS configurations and user accounts with just a few clicks. Server Preferences simplifies management of users, groups and key server applications, and a Server Status Dashboard widget remotely monitors activity and usage. Leopard Server also eliminates the need to manually set up Leopard clients by automatically configuring client applications, including file sharing, Mail, iChat®, iCal, Address Book and VPN from user information stored on the server. Podcast Producer is the easiest way for anyone to record content, automatically upload it to the server and convert it into a podcast optimised for playback on almost any device, including a High Definition TV, iPod®, Apple TV™ or multimedia-enabled cell phone. With Wiki Server, anyone can easily create and edit collaborative web pages, called wikis, with a few clicks of a mouse. Wiki Server has 20 Apple-designed web page themes and provides a complete revision history to make it easy to restore previous entries and merge or compare different versions. Wiki Server can automatically notify users whenever a change is made, keeping them up-to-date on the latest information, and users can tag keywords to find content quickly. It's easy to share calendars, schedule meetings and coordinate events within a workgroup, school, small business or large corporation using iCal Server. iCal Server is the first open, standards-based calendar server that works with popular calendar programmes which support the new CalDAV standard and does not require client access licenses, so businesses can add users freely as they expand at no additional cost. Leopard Server is fully UNIX compliant and its core services, including Apache 2, MySQL 5, Postfix, Podcast Producer and QuickTime® Streaming Server, are 64-bit, allowing users to work with larger data sets and take full advantage of the performance and processing power of their 64-bit hardware. Since Leopard Server is fully 32-bit compatible, users can run 32-bit and 64-bit applications natively side-by-side. Pricing & AvailabilityMac OS X Server version 10.5 Leopard will be available on October 26 at Apple's retail stores and through Apple Authorised Resellers for a suggested retail price of £319 (inc VAT) for a 10-client edition and £629 (inc VAT) for an unlimited-client edition. An unlimited client license of Leopard Server is included with Apple's powerful Xserve® rack-mount server hardware at no extra charge. Online pre-orders can be made through the Apple Store® (http://www.apple.com/uk/) starting today and current subscribers to the Apple Maintenance Program will receive Leopard Server as part of their service agreement. Volume and maintenance pricing is available from Apple. The standard Mac OS Up-To-Date upgrade package is available to all customers who purchased a qualifying new Xserve system from Apple or an Apple Authorised Reseller on or after October 1, 2007 for a shipping and handling fee of £5.95 (inc VAT). Leopard Server can run on any Macintosh® computer with an Intel, PowerPC G5, or G4 (867 Mhz or faster) processor, a minimum 1GB of RAM and at least 20GB of available disk space. Apple ignited the personal computer revolution in the 1970s with the Apple II and reinvented the personal computer in the 1980s with the Macintosh. Today, Apple continues to lead the industry in innovation with its award-winning computers, OS X operating system and iLife and professional applications. Apple is also spearheading the digital media revolution with its iPod portable music and video players and iTunes online store, and has entered the mobile phone market this year with its revolutionary iPhone.
  7. a little birdie tweets - 9A559

    Is it possible to update from build 527?
  8. I looking for a wireless router to purchase for when i get my new macbook this saturday. I want to get one which allows me to use both my pc and laptop wireless. Any recommendations preferbly under £100. And has to be in the UK. Thnks
  9. about actually buying leopard legally

    i definitely hoping they do!!! ^_^ To go with my new MBP im getting saturday.
  10. Mac OS X Leopard 9A527

    This is the link to the new wallpaper. http://bayimg.com/FAgaeAabf
  11. Apple has a problem. In order to take customers away from the PC industry, it must be like Caesar's wife, more virtuous than everyone else. If Apple, and its products, software, or hardware, are seen as being no better than what people are using now, Apple's expansion will come to an end. So will the renaissance in third party hardware and software development. While the feature set is fine, it must be more stable than Windows for Apple and its supporters to point to it as a viable alternative. Apple should resist the tug towards release if any outstanding problems aren't resolved. This is the greatest time in Apple's lifetime as a company to make it back to 10% of the US market, and possibly even significantly greater share, as well as a decent share across the world. Also has a 17.5% in the laptop market. Linux is in turmoil, with the developers of the major distros having no clear path ahead, with their teams in disarray, and the OSes being a couple of years behind schedule. MS's release is, even in the PC industry, being declared as lame—at best. But, if Apple rushes product out the door, the window will close, and this time, it will likely be forever. Well maybe not but would be sad to see this. So please Apple make sure Leopard is almost 100% bug free and puts Vista to shame.
  12. Delicious Library

    hahaha fair one
  13. Delicious Library

    jus cant please some people....hahaha sorry thought it worked, left the web address now
  14. Does anyone own a copy of Delicious Library? Would anyone recommend it, It looks as if Apple highly rates it because they have awarded it 3 awards over the past few years. The concept behind it is rather cool especially as i have a huge collection of DVD's and CD's. Anyone review it or have any views on it? Thanks www.delicious-monster.com
  15. Apple's .Mac site warns users that the .Mac service will be undergoing maintenance on August 7th between 10 AM an 12 PM PDT. Coincidentally, this time corresponds exactly to Apple's Media Event which is scheduled to take place on August 7th at 10AM PDT. Steve Jobs had hinted that .Mac would see a refresh in the near future during a recent interview. What does steve imply you think?
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