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Connecting a USB printer through the Linksys USB Control Center software on a Mac® computer. How to Prioritize Wifi Networks on Your iPhone? One of the nice features of your iPhone and iPad is that it remembers all Wifi networks that they were connected to.

How to Prioritize Wifi Networks on Your iPhone?

So, next time you comeback to the same place, your device automatically connects to available Wifi. And because Wifi takes over 3G, you don’t need to do anything except leaving your Wifi on, to get the fastest possible connection. However, there’s an issue that arises in locations where multiple Wifi networks are available. If at least two remembered networks are available at the same time, your iPhone picks only one. iOS relies simply on the alphabetical order of SSIDs (Service Set IDentifier associated with a 802.11 network) for selecting the one to pick. This can be annoying because all networks are not equal. Actually, this happened in our team. A simple solution would be to ask our admin change the network settings. Searching on the Internet, we found out that there are plenty of people facing the same problem. Picture 1 : Adding an new Configuration for iPhone. Votre disque de démarrage est saturé sous Mac OS X - Comment résoudre ce problème?

Un jour ou l'autre, chaque utilisateur de Mac est confronté à un message lui indiquant que son disque de démarrage est saturé.

Votre disque de démarrage est saturé sous Mac OS X - Comment résoudre ce problème?

Mais heureusement, il existe de nombreuses solutions à ce problème. Dans cet article, nous répondons aux questions suivantes: Que signifie le message « Disque de démarrage saturé »? Comment comprendre pourquoi le disque de démarrage est saturé? Comment résoudre les problèmes liés à un disque de démarrage saturé? Néanmoins, nous sommes bien conscients que certains utilisateurs manquent de temps et souhaitent simplement résoudre leur problème de disque de démarrage saturé. Mieux, si vous souhaitez profiter d'une solution automatique et à long terme, qui maintiendra votre disque de démarrage parfaitement propre, nous vous recommandons vivement d'opter pour un utilitaire appelé CleanMyMac 3. Essayons maintenant de répondre à notre première question: que signifie le message « Disque de démarrage saturé »? Qu'est-ce qu'un disque de démarrage? La réponse est simple.

Your Startup Disk is Full on Mac OS X - How to Fix It. A full startup disk is something that every Mac user will experience.

Your Startup Disk is Full on Mac OS X - How to Fix It

And luckily, it’s a problem that has many solutions. In this article, we’ll go over: What is startup disk full? How to find what's causing startup disk full? How to fix startup disk full? However, we also understand that some people are short on time and just want to fix startup disk full. Or, even better, if you’d like an automatic, long-term solution that’ll keep your startup disk clean, we’d highly recommend a utility called CleanMyMac 3. Now, with all that said, let’s get into what exactly “startup disk full” means. What is a startup disk? A startup disk, as taken from this Apple Support article, is a volume or partition of a drive that contains a usable operating system. Your Mac hard drive consists of disks (or partitions).

Let’s look at an example of a Mac with only one hard disk: Your Mac's hard drive is 500GB. A Mac with two disks will have the storage divided between them. Why is WindowServer consuming 48% of my CPU? After reading a few other posts I've decided to start off by attaching an EtreCheck report.

Why is WindowServer consuming 48% of my CPU?

Little to no other activity is occuring while the WindowServer is at such a high CPU consumption. Certainly acts sluggish trying to launch apps and switching between users can produce a gray screen of death, just goes to a gray screen, never recovers. Seems really strange to me. Any help is greatly appreciated. Hardware Information: MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2010) MacBook Pro - model: MacBookPro7,1 1 2.4 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo CPU: 2 cores Video Information: NVIDIA GeForce 320M - VRAM: 256 MB Audio Plug-ins: BluetoothAudioPlugIn: Version: 1.0 AirPlay: Version: 1.9 AppleAVBAudio: Version: 2.0.0 iSightAudio: Version: 7.7.3 Startup Items: NMTCPSettingsTuning - Path: /System/Library/StartupItems/NMTCPSettingsTuning System Software: OS X 10.9 (13A603) - Uptime: 14 days 12:28:56 Disk Information: WDC WD5000BPKT-00PK4T0 disk0 : (500.11 GB) EFI (disk0s1) <not mounted>: 209.7 MB Recovery HD (disk0s3) <not mounted>: 650 MB.