Ok, maybe with OSX Mountain Lion you have some problems during the installation of a cracked program or maybe with a small app that one of your friends developed. It says something like “can’t be opened because it is from an unidentified developer”; here’s the screenshot:
Windows 8 is almost here and Mountain Lion has almost a week old. These two OS have a lot of things in common, they have the same objective, mobile integration. The new race in software is to manage a total integration between mobile devices and computers, Microsoft has the lead.
We all love when a Metal group do some soft and genius work, here’s my top 10 for july 2012. The song’s doesn’t have numbers cause they all great, they are all a 10. Enjoy!
If you own a Mac, then you know what Finder is and how it works. Basically is a powerful file browser, but it has many other functionalities that are sometimes hidden or just unpractical. Do you want to be able to create tabs and move them, just like in Google Chrome? You want a dual-screen view? You want to easily access the Finder with only one key, from anywhere? Keep reading!
Are you one of those who loved how Spaces+Expose worked in Snow Leopard? Do you miss your grid configuration, where you could easily assign an app to a certain position? Do you want it back in Lion or Mountain Lion? Well, here at Genius at Everything we have the solution:
Today’s cocktail is based in simpler ingredients, to allow you to prepare it almost anywhere and with very accessible ingredients. It has a somewhat strong taste, and is recommended to moderate it’s consumption.
The notification center and the Safari tab browsing are two pretty cool features from Mountain Lion and Safari 6, but if you wanna activate the notification center it’s not too handy, you have to click in the upper right corner icon or slide two finger from right to left on a trackpad. The Safari tab can be easily open with a trackpad, just zoom out, but if you don´t have the trackpad you have to click at the end of the tabs in Safari. Let’s change those two to make them open with a shortcut.
First let’s change the Safari Tab shortcut. Go to System Preferences>Keyboard>Keyboard Shortcuts
The Facebook Integration that we saw in the WWDC during the presentation of Mountain Lion is actually only available for developers…or it was. If you don’t wanna wait until the iOS 6 release to have this integration on your Mac, just download the file at the end of the post and install just like any other application. To activate this feature once installed is like with Twitter, showed here.
UPDATE: The new OSX 10.8.2 update is on and it already has the Facebook integration, read what’s new here.
Yes we have Mountain Lion, yes we have Windows 8, in a few hours we will post the first impression of Windows 8 and if it is a good upgrade to Windows 7 or a plane crash like Vista, stay tuned and share!