Mac OS X Articles
In June, 2006 I bought a Macbook because I needed to travel around the globe and be able to have my data and programs at hand in various places. I've been interested in Mac OS X for a long time before my Macbook purchase and as such have got some relatively broad experience with Apple's operating system. The following articles are about administering and using Mac OS X:
Macbook Clamshell Mode
Details about using an Apple Macbook in lid-closed clamshell mode operating with an external keyboard, mouse and screen.
Resizing partitions, or volumes in Mac OS X without losing your disk's data.
Optimizing Mail.app Performance
Optimizing Mac OS X Mail.app performance with easy to use tips. Make Mail start up and switch mailboxes instantly again.
Short Mac OS X Tips
Collection of short tips for recovering and enhancing Mac OS X and its default bundled applications like Safari and Software Update.
Vectorizing with vDSP and vecLib
Using Apple's Mac OS X Accelerate framework libraries vDSP and vecLib to dramatically speed up your code by using SIMD vector operations.