Even if put an SSD drive in your mac, will quicken the very most of the daily activities (ex. startup from 1 minute to 12 seconds), remains a serious problem with this type of technology: the number of disk writes is limited.
In an everyday usage maybe you don’t install/delete applications or your store documents in a separate device (usb stick for example), but your OS will surely write stuffs to your SSD disk: logs, tmp files, downloads (with default location), …
There are some tips/changes you can make on your OSX, to try to — (Read more)
After many and many, many, … tests, I finally got a working configuration for my MultiFunction Samsung Printer (SCX 3405W) with “Scan to PC” button.
This button allow a direct scan to a configured computer (Mac or Windows, even if the config in Windows is really simple and automatic) from your printer: you can remain on your printer (scanner), change as many document as you want, and go back to your computer just in the end with all documents saved in the desired format.
First of all you need to install — (Read more)
After iOS6 update my Linux Airprint server does not work anymore for my iDevices. I’m referring to my previous article explaining how you can configure a linux machine as Linux Airprint Server!
Fortunately there is no change to the Airprint protocol. Ranil give us the solution (thanks a lot for your test!!)
You should add to your previous configuration .service file, into pdl section, image/urf. For example, in my file now I have:
After this your print should be visible in your local network. To completely allow print with — (Read more)
Or, in other words, “when someone really love Apple and became blind”!
Reading this article I noticed that sometimes people talk without connecting the brain. Apple produce only 2 proprietary phone connectors in the latest 10 years, and Samsung hundreds.
Yes, that’s true, but: how many phones produced Samsung in 10 years, and how many Apple?
You can check easily looking these pages:
Apple: Do you really need a page to count the Apple iPhones?
Samsung 18 adapters and 809 — (Read more)
E’ un po’ la scoperta dell’acqua calda: faccio una foto con uno smartphone e se la metto su un monitor con una risoluzione “della madonna” vedo la foto da schifo! Il sensore (come anche l’ottica) sono grandi come un’unghia, quindi anche se dichiarato che le foto sono HD (a 3000×2000 pixel, o similare) non sono pixel reali (reali = catturati direttamente dall’ottica).
Niente di nuovo, ma gli Apple fun se ne sono accorti solo quando Apple ha prodotto un dispositivo in grado di mostrare che gli — (Read more)