Scroll Reverser for Mac OS X – StumbleUpon. Isn’t this interesting? That people like the natural scrolling enough in Lion to want to replicate that to older computers. This might be good for anyone who wants to hold onto an older computer that might be needed for certain applications or purposes.
Apple Lisa 1 – Apple Computer, Inc. – StumbleUpon. This is fascinating. I have never seen the internals of a “Twiggy” drive before. It is strange to see the handwriting on it isn’t it?
Thunderbolt: Beyond USB and eSATA | ITworld. This is very impressive that Apple is supporting this. I would like them to have better eSATA support as well, or at least an expandable I/O interface for higher performance. I think they are missing an important market but not having these feature parity with other Operating Systems.
I had a friend with this problem today and your solution solved it. Thanks Devasis!
I noticed that you did not get the settings back again after restoring your system too.so i would like to show some steps which might get all your settings back which you desire
1. Go to Start Menu -> All programs -> Accessories
2. Look for command prompt and right click on that.
4. Select Run as Administrator.
3. Give the following commands in the command prompt window:
4. Reset WINSOCK entries to installation defaults: netsh winsock reset catalog
5. Reset IPv4 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv4 reset reset.log
6. Reset IPv6 TCP/IP stack to installation defaults. netsh int ipv6 reset reset.log
7. After all these restart your system and the icon will be replaced back in its place.
via Windows 7 is not showing wireless icon in systray – Operating Systems.
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What’s new in Lion: Versions, Auto Save, and Resume | Operating Systems | Macworld. These features alone will save people time and money when Word crashes. And it will crash no matter how well you maintain your system.
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He has a quick but techie way and someone tested it and it worked for them and they didn’t lose anything. I wonder why Apple allows this? This is going to lose thousands of sales of Snow Leopard.
via How to install Lion over Leopard | Operating Systems | MacUser | Macworld.