Posts Tagged ‘ apple ’

Mavericks Slow SMB Transfer Issue

April 8, 2014
Mavericks Slow SMB Transfer Issue

As part of my workflow, I use Photo Mechanic 5 to import the images from my memory cards into my Mac Pro. As part of the ingestion process, I have PM5 make a backup copy of all incoming files on my Thecus NAS. Everything was hunky-dory until the most recent update to Mavericks (10.9.2)...
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NuMac LLC announces Optical Disc Burning solution for new Mac Pro

October 4, 2013

Minneapolis based NuMac LLC announces its optical disc burning solution for Apple’s new Mac Pro. The NMBDR6x supports the reading and writing of Blu-Rays, DVDs, and CDs. In order to keep clutter to a minimum the NMBDR6x stands less than 2 inches tall from top to bottom, and features a round, low-profile aluminum enclosure...
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Apple Gives a Sneak Peek of the All New Mac Pro

June 11, 2013
Apple Gives a Sneak Peek of the All New Mac Pro

No, this is not some sort of bizarre humidifier being sold at Touch of Modern or Fab.com. This is the all-new Apple Mac Pro. Gone is the tired “cheese grater”. Gone is the tower of power. Gone is the burly, brushed aluminum case that gave many a PC user pause. Gone, but not forgotten....
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Breathing New Life Into Your Old Mac Pro

January 18, 2013
Breathing New Life Into Your Old Mac Pro

The Mac Pro (aka “The Cheese Grater”) is Apple’s top end hardware offering aimed at power users with demanding compute needs. Oddly enough, it is one of the most reasonably priced models in the workstation market. Another interesting feature is that the Mac Pro has the constitution of a vending machine. I purchased my...
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R.I.P. Steve Jobs (1955-2011)

October 6, 2011
R.I.P. Steve Jobs (1955-2011)


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