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Sunday, July 20, 2008

iDisk sync!

I never really went through dotMac preferences and I now wanted to see what has changed with MobileMe. I found the iDisk sync. I googled it and realized that it was there in dotMac. I still think it is pretty cool. What it does is it keeps a backup of what is on your iDisk folder. On top of being a backup, it lets you access your iDisk offline. You can even copy to your iDisk offline and it will be synched back to MobileMe once you have internet access. It can be enabled in the MobileMe preferences.

3 Comments:

Blogger happy warrior said...

hi.
sorry if its inappropriate to post my question here, i have no idea where to go to and i desperately need help.! haha. i am using OS X and recently my firefox keeps hanging and is really really sluggish. this has never happened before in the past. it didnt used to hang at all. now even when i scroll or do right clicks it takes some time to load. it hangs even when i open too many tabs. what could be the reasons for this? thank you so much! once again sorry its not appropriate

July 20, 2008 at 11:28 AM  
Blogger zevie said...

@Happy Warrior, I would clean Cache from Firefox, you can do this by going to Firefox, > Tools > Clear Private Data, and check cache> clear private data now.

If this doesnt work and I would defiantly reinstall Firfox, just download it from their website.

If it is still sluggish, i would try Apple's Safari, if you still notice the browser to respond slow contact Apple about your mac.

You can also try cleaning the computer's Cache which can be done in Your name > Library > Cache> and then just drag to trash. Delete the whole file. BTW, you should do it around once a week.

Really hope this helps,
Zevie

July 20, 2008 at 12:13 PM  
Blogger zevie said...

@happy warrior, or any one else.

Heres a firefox tip,

IT SPEADS UP THE INTERNET ON FIREFOX(only)

IM NOT SURE IF THIS HAS ANY RISKS, at ur own risk

iv used for about a day, and it really works


TRY AT UR OWN RISK

open firefox>type "about:config" into the URL box and press enter > type "network" into the filter search box at the top of the page>scroll half way down until you see "network.http. pipelining" > double click "false" to the right of it > Double click "4" directly beneath that on the next line>type "10" > Click OK > quit firefox > open firefox.

July 20, 2008 at 12:20 PM  

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