Many Mac users were wowed by Apple’s Mac mini server package when it was announced, but at $1,000, it's still a bit too pricey for even the average person to justify shelling out the cash for a home server. Fear not true believers, we're going to show you how to turn that old Intel Mac you’ve got lying around into a server that can duplicate many of Snow Leopard Server's features without shelling out another penny.
Sources claim the first public beta of Mac OS X 10.6.3 will be released to developers by the end of Thursday. The build will probably use the prefix 10Dxx and will initially be limited to a select group of developers, probably to control the amount of feedback.
We’re sure many Mac users have seen the Utilities folder inside of the
Applications folder and wondered what the applications contained inside
do. Maybe they control the weather or give you super powers. The
reality is bit less exciting, but still incredibly useful to even the
newest Mac user.
If Windows 7 looks like a copycat, that’s because it’s not that far
from the truth. Microsoft Partner Group Manager Simon Aldous spilled the beans about where the new Microsoft operating system may have picked up some of its aesthetics.