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Users folder vanished after OS X 10.9.3 update? Here’s a fix

gratis video kijken Root Finder folder before installing OS X 10.9.3

mand søger mand I Horsens Merely a bug, or an unwelcome step toward an iOS-like hidden filesystem?

christelijke dating site Updated If you updated to OS X Mavericks 10.9.3 after it was released on Thursday, did your Users folder disappear from the Finder listing of the root level of your startup volume? Happened to some; didn’t happen to others. Go figure.

free chat no sign up No, it hasn’t been deleted – that would certainly be a colossal cock-up on Apple’s part, now, wouldn’t it? It has just disappeared from the Finder listing. All your precious files are still extant – they’re just a wee bit harder to get to.

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Microsoft already pointing out flaws in Office for iPad

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Workarounds needed to access documents stored in SharePoint 2010

Microsoft has pointed out that the newly-released Office for iPad won’t immediately work for users of its SharePoint 2010 collaboration suite.

As explained in two blog posts, one covering Excel documents and the other addressing PowerPoint files, the problem is that SharePoint 2010 “requires a plugin or active X to launch client applications.”

iOS doesn’t allow plugins or Active X, so poor old SharePoint 2010 users can’t join the stampede towards Office-on-iOS, which has seen Microsoft’s latest baby shoot to the top of Apple’s sales charts.

Happily, there’s a workaround: if users of the iOS apps “Add a Place within the application that will connect to the SharePoint Document Library” and enter the appropriate details, they should be sweet.

Read More By Simon Sharwood

BT has coughed to a crappy glitch with its Home Hub 3A router that is blocking some VPN connections.

BT has coughed to a crappy glitch with its Home Hub 3A router that is blocking some VPN connections.

However, the one-time state monopoly appears to have taken a long time to acknowledge customer gripes, which have been piling up for weeks.

BT said it had taken a while to respond to individual complaints because it was essentially compiling a dossier so it could pinpoint the technical blunder.

That’s despite the fact that subscribers had been saying since early March that their VPN connections were going titsup ever since BT upgraded its kit with a new firmware version.

Read More By Kelly Fiveash

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