If you have a Lion installer on a USB thumbdrive, you can use it to upgrade your Mac from Snow Leopard to Lion, but if you have an older version of OS X you can’t upgrade. You need to first upgrade to Snow Leopard OR you can erase everything and do a completely fresh install of Lion. After installing Lion on my iMac, I wanted to delete everything on my laptop and do a fresh install of Lion. But the installer will not install over an older version of OSX. I had to delete the old version of OSX, then install Lion from the USB thumbdrive. Here’s how to do a fresh install of Lion.
Combining pdf documents on an Apple computer is easy.
There are lots of websites offering software to merge PDF files, but you don’t need a third party program to do it. It’s built right in to OS X for free.
OS X comes with a free application called ‘Preview’ that will open automatically whenever you click on a pdf file. It turns out that Preview can edit and merge pdf files!
Exactly how you do this varies depending on which version of OSX that you have. The concept is the same but the step by step pictures will look slightly different.
Please click on the version of OSX that you have to find out how to merge a pdf file:
For all versions of OS X prior to Mountain Lion (10.7 and earlier) just follow the instructions below.
Telstra are a bit behind the times – their latest offerings of wireless modems don’t work under Snow leopard.
Thankfully it’s only the installer that doesn’t work so here’s how to get the wireless router version of their 3G modem working with Snow Leopard. Continue reading 〉
Canon have finally released drives for Snow Leopard for their Image runner printers!!!
For some reason they are not available on the Australian Canon site, but you can download them from here. The file is called CanonPPD_v2.80.zip and it contains the drivers for all the Image Runner printers. Read on for how to install. Continue reading 〉
There was a knock on the door at 10 past 8 this morning – it was the Snow Leopard delivery man. I live in Dubbo, NSW, 6 hours drive from Sydney. Snow Leopard arrived on my doorstep at 10 past 8! I can’t believe Apple’s efficiency!
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