Archives for July 2012

Installing Mountain Lion On VMware Fusion

In our last article we showed you how to install Mountain Lion side by side Lion by dual booting it. But, if you truly want to run Mountain Lion at the same time you are running Lion, then you will need to install Mountain Lion on a Virtual Machine. To see how to install Mountain Lion on VMware Fusion, check out the below video. This video explains the complete process, from downloading Mountain Lion to creating a Virtual Machine using VMware Fusion and finally installing Mountain Lion on VMware Fusion, in just 6 minutes.

Dual Boot Mountain Lion And Lion On Your Mac

Mountain Lion was released two days ago (25th July) with a tons of awesome features like iMessage, Airplay Mirroring, Notification Center and many more. The best part is it costs only $19.99 to upgrade making it almost irresistible. But even though Apple has made the upgrade process seamless, [Read more…]

Partitioning A Hard Drive On Mac Running OS X Lion

Partitioning Mac’s internal Hard Drive running OS X Lion can sometimes be tricky. This is especially true when you are trying to partition a Hard Drive that has an encrypted partition.  Do not worry, this article has you covered in case you  run into any issues while partitioning. [Read more…]

Creating A External Recovery Disk For Mac OS X Lion

With Mac OS’s next release, Mountain Lion, just around the corner, now would be a good time to create a external Recovery Disk for Mac OS X Lion. This is crucial for both people using Lion currently and also for the ones who plan on upgrading to the next release, let me explain why.  [Read more…]

Upgrading Memory On MacBook Pro

This video shows you how to upgrade your Unibody MacBook Pro memory. The model used in this video is a early 2011 MacBook Pro.