VirtualBox is working great! If you just gotta run Windows and Linux on your Mac.

Hello again everyone. . .

Our Technologists had the opportunity to test out the latest release of VirtualBox, available at http://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads. So far we’ve been impressed with the ease of use and quick response of this product. It is definitely a viable option for those Mac users who need to work with Windows and other operating systems. The program was simple to install and configure.

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Controls and settings were basic but straightforward and functional. Installing Windows took a bit longer to complete, and the typical updates added more time to the installation. In the end, however, the results were above expectations and we would highly recommend this solution should you need a good Windows or Linux emulator.

One possible limitation of working in a split Windows – MacOS X environment is the need for more hard drive space. Fortunately, our 500 gb hard drive upgrade service for MacBook & MacBook Pro is a good solution to giving laptop users the hard drive space they need for software and files of both OS formats. Also, users would benefit from beefing up their RAM with a service like our 2gb MacBook Module Install to optimize performance.

OK, just thought I’d report our newest findings. This is cool stuff, trust me! See ya, Ryan

New iMac G5 Power Supply Serivce Announced!

Hello everyone- Did you have a good 4th of July weekend? I did. Remind me someday to tell you about my weekend, I saw the best fireworks ever. Look up Wamego, Kansas and trust me, they were awesome. I’ve seen fireworks in Las Vegas, Lake Tahoe and many other spectacular places. . .and they were all good. . .but Wamego’s were ultra impressive.

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Moving on, we just launched our newest repair service for the iMac G5 and older white Intel iMac’s.

We are providing a brand new service to repair iMac desktops with ailing power supplies. Whether you have an early G5 or one of the blazing fast Intel models, they are here to fix those power supply problems. The iMac Power Supply Replacement Service is being launched at an astonishingly low $219 which includes parts and professional installation labor. Ambient Light Sensor models are also just $219 installed. A 90 day parts and labor warranty is included in that price!

OK, now I have to run home and get my G5 iMac. It has a bad power supply. No, I’m serious. I think I know a place that can take care of it 😉

Thanks everyone, talk to you again soon!! Ryan