Posts filed under ‘Mac’
Question: How do I empty the cache in Safari 3?
Answer: You can empty the cache and temp files in Safari 3 by doing the following:
1) Open Safari
2) In the menu bar, click on ‘Edit‘ and in the drop down menu, click on ‘Empty Cache‘
3) In the pop up dialog, click ‘Empty‘.
Or you can press ‘Ctrl + Alt + E‘
Question: Is there going to be the Ribbon (which is featured in Office 2007 for Windows) going to be present in Office 2008 for the Macintosh?
Answer: No, there will be no Ribbon for Office 2008 for the Macintosh. This is because the user interface of Office 2008 have to look alike to other Mac applications. This means that, instead of the ribbon, there will be the old menus such as ‘File’ and ‘Edit’, etc.
However, from Microsoft will apply as many Ribbon like features as they can to Mac Office 2008 and I am sure that they will make it very ribbon like meaning that there will be lots of visual icons. Although not yet released, there are some screenshots on the web that could very likely be Office 2008 Mac. Below are a screenshot of Word 2008 and PowerPoint 2008:
I don’t care whether Apple done it purposely or just coincidentally, but it took them nine months to build the iphone. This is exactly how long it takes a baby to be born. How cute? Why does it always work for Apple? How does Apple make everything sound and seem so good?
Nope, I don’t know the answer to this question. Perhaps you can help me and leave your answer below as a comment.
Question: Can I make my Windows operating system look like a Mac?
Answer: Yes you can make your Windows operating system look like a Mac. To do this you will will have to download and install FlyakiteOSX. This program will tune your system to look like a Mac operating system. To download FlyakiteOSX go to www.flyakiteosx.com
Below are a few screen-shots from the FlyakiteOSX website – http://www.flyakiteosx.com/screenshots