You can see the problem here…
The new IE promotion web site talks a lot about IE10, but if you’re running Windows 8, you’d already have it, and if you’re not running Windows 8, you can’t use it.
(Well, not yet. Apparently IE10 will be available for Win7 at some stage… there is a “Release Preview” available. I’m guessing that’s Micro-speak for “beta”.)
Hey there Mac geeks: a question.
I’ve got BootCamp running on my Mac Pro, and can get the menu for OSX vs Windows… but only if I remember to hold down the Alt key while booting.
What’s the best way to get this to appear (with a timeout, preferably) automatically?
It doesn’t look like BootCamp will do it.
Two alternative boot menus appear to be
Any recommendations, or other suggestions?
(To clarify: I want to keep OSX as the default, but I want the computer to prompt — without having to hold down the Alt key at a specific time — to visibly allow the user to override it. Like Windows does with its boot menu when you have multiple operating systems installed.)
Update: Via Twitter, one vote for rEDInd, and a bunch of unhelpful comments asking me why I’d want to boot a Mac into Windows :-/
It seems this blog got hacked recently. A couple of posts had the following code inserted into them:
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This was on WordPress 3.2.1. I've now updated to 3.5; hopefully this won't recur, but it's something to watch out for if you're running blogs using older versions… a quick Google search indicates plenty of people have been hit but haven't noticed.