You can toggle your city and pin to the top – to make it a favourite.
Fixed issues with adding new cities. Also removed dependency on Growl. You can download the workflow: Alfred-TimeZones
This article is note to self, as I just gather information from other sites: https://www.howtogeek.com/312883/how-to-shrink-a-virtualbox-virtual-machine-and-free-up-disk-space/ http://www.surfacetablethelp.com/2016/06/fix-ssd-optimize-drives-not-available-in-windows-10.html https://www.techrepublic.com/blog/tr-dojo/delete-hiberfilsys-by-disabling-windows-hibernate-function/ https://windirstat.net/download.html
This post is actually a note to self how I’ve done it… Steps taken from: http://theendoftheuniver.se/ramblings/creating-a-bootable-usb-on-a-mac-for-flashing-the-bios-on-an-hp-n40l-microserver/ http://derek.chezmarcotte.ca/freedos-1-1-usb-boot-image
I’ve noticed that process SpokesUpdateService is promoted to the top of my Memory list. Here an example which I captured today (just 24hrs after my last reboot) but on the other day I’ve seen 2.4 GB wasted: It turned out
Another embarrassing problem with my MBP: when scrolling in e.g. Chrome, Safari or actually – any other window, there is annoying lag. When you scroll continuously, it’s more or less fine, but when you pause to read and then want
MacOS QuckLook Plugin for Java class
Quick Look at Java classes! This Quick Look plugin allows you to decompile Java class and look at the content.
MacOS tends to trash mounted disks with number of useless hidden files (e.g. ._* or .DS_Store ). There were number of recipes in the Internet, some of them were working at some of time but are not anymore. Below notes from my fights
When you add some timezones to your Apple Calendar, it’s somehow difficult to remove them and you end up with a list which you perhaps don’t need anymore: How to remove them? Rather easy, but we need a plist