The 10.6.5 Update is recommended for all users running Mac OS X Snow Leopard and includes general operating system fixes that enhance the stability, compatibility, and security of your Mac, including fixes that:
- improve reliability with Microsoft Exchange servers
- address performance of some image-processing operations in iPhoto and Aperture
- address stability and performance of graphics applications and games
- resolve a delay between print jobs
- address a printing issue for some HP printers connected to an AirPort Extreme
- resolve an issue when dragging contacts from Address Book to iCal
- address an issue where dragging an item from a stack causes the Dock to not automatically hide
- resolve an issue with Wikipedia information not displaying correctly in Dictionary
- improve performance of MainStage on certain Mac systems
- resolve spacing issues with OpenType fonts
- improve reliability with some Bluetooth braille displays
- resolve a VoiceOver issue when browsing some web sites with Safari 5
For detailed information on this update, please visit this website: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4250.
For information on the security content of this update, please visit: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT1222.
Check out this sneaky video review of the HP Slate:
Earlier this week we reported that HP were looking to release their own tablet the PalmPad. It is now said that the webOS device will support stylus input along with touch gestures. What good is a stylus I hear you cry? Well there are many apps which could benefit from this feature and we am sure that many developers would take advantage of this feature. If their touch screen is accurate it will help artists, writers etc.
HP have filed for the trademark of “Palmpad”
Crunch Gear goes into more detail here:
The Hard Drive on a HP Pavillion DV9000 series laptop is on the way out. Now I know that there is a recovery partition and no recovery discs came with the laptop, so I thought there must be a Recovery CD creator somewhere.
I hit the web, and after being told that I should be looking under the Hewlett Packard folder or:
“Start, All Programs, and then click PC Help and Tools. Click the Recovery Manager”, I found these places, and nor did the software exist.
I had another look through the laptop Programs menu and came across Recover Manager > Recovery Disc Creation
So there it is. If you want to create recovery discs for your HP Pavillion DV9000 laptop then just look there.