Track Bandwidth Use with VirusBarrier X6
If you have monthly bandwidth limits, it's useful to know how much data you have used so far to avoid overage charges or being shut off by your ISP. But how do you determine how much data your Mac has transferred? Open VirusBarrier X6's Traffic window to see both current and cumulative traffic, and you can also create warnings when your data usage - incoming, outgoing, or both - exceeds an amount you specify.
Series: Apple's October 2008 Laptop Announcements
Laptop models get refreshed, with a new aluminum MacBook, a new case for the 15-inch MacBook Pro, and an updated MacBook Air. A glass trackpad that supports up to four fingers for gestures, and which doubles as a button, is thrown into the mix, as well as improved graphics performance. Apple also added a new monitor, the 24-inch LED Cinema Display, which works only with a special connector built into the just-released laptop models.
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Apple loves to share positive numbers at the beginning of keynotes, and the special event to introduce new laptops was no exception. Read on to see just how high Apple's market share has risen, how many visitors the Apple Stores are receiving each day, how many Macs have been sold so far in 2008, and much more.Show full article
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The long-awaited redesigned MacBook arrives with a metal enclosure, faster graphics, and a backlit LED screen. It can also drive larger monitors than ever before, but on the downside, it lacks FireWire.Show full article
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The new MacBook Air gets a taste of some of the new technologies brought to the other MacBook models.Show full article
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Apple's new 24-inch Cinema Display offers LED backlighting, an iSight camera, microphone, speakers, and, most notably, a cable with three connectors that provide USB, audio/video, and power connectivity to the new models in the MacBook family. Show full article
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Apple revamps the 15-inch MacBook Pro with a fresh look, improved graphics, glass trackpad, magnetic latch, and more, although you won't find FireWire 400 or a matte screen option.Show full article
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Apple's removal of FireWire from the redesigned MacBook and elimination of the matte screen option generates a firestorm of complaints from Mac users. We don't like it, but we'll probably have to lump it.Show full article