Archive for the ‘Mac OS X’ Category

Mac OS Lion: How To Ungroup Conversations in Mail 5

September 7th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 39

-+*Mail (aka or Apple Mail) is the e-mail program included with Mac OS X operating system. The version 5 was introduced with Mac OS X v10.7 Lion. This version features, among other things, a redesigned iPad-like fullscreen User Interface and a more powerful search engine. It also groups messages from the same conversation and […]

How To Enable FTP Server on Mac OS X Lion

August 17th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 4

-+*One of the most notable changes (at least for developers) on Mac OS X Lion is the removal of FTP from the available protocols in System Preference’s File Sharing. Probably this is due to fact that FTP is a protocol that provides little or no security. However, in a development and testing environment, it is […]

Apple Unleashed Its Lion

July 25th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 0

-+*Don’t be scared with this article’s title or the image on the left. I’m not talking about the King of the Jungle. “Lion” is the name of the eighth and current major release of Apple’s Mac OS X (version 10.7). It was released on July 20 2011, as announced during Apple’s third quarter 2011 earnings […]

20 Free and Useful Mac Apps

May 8th, 2011 by Tony de Jesus 0

-+*If you’ve just bought a new Mac and don’t know what to install, this article is for you. If you are looking for alternatives to some applications you’re using in your Mac, the following list may help you too. I’ve been a Mac user for 6 years. During this time, I’ve installed and uninstalled a […]