In case you are new to Macbook laptops, you might have noticed your laptop Wi-Fi is on when it comes out of sleep mode. And since it is running all the time, you feel that your battery life is shorter. There is nothing to find when you go into system preferences. So how do you turn off wireless LAN in sleep mode?
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Macbook 2015 is the latest Apple laptop that does away with windows 7 support. So if you want to run windows on Macbook 2015, you will have to go with the Windows 8 64 bit edition and if you are person that loves experimenting, you can go ahead and install Windows 10 64 bit version on it.
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Last year, Apple released Macbook Air with Sandy bridge processors and last week, it updated those models with Ivy Bridge CPUs. In this post, will be comparing the geekbench, the ultimate Mac benchmark tool for the Mac computers. Apple introduced two new models – MD231LL/A and MD232LL/A. The MD231LL/A is the low end model, while MD232LL/A is the top end model.
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If you are a using a third party SSD that supports TRIM, then, you will manually have to patch it in order to make the TRIM enabled on your Macbook Pro. It requires you to type in commands into the Terminal, so be careful. Follow these instructions to patch your OS X Lion to activate TRIM
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Geekbench is a very popular way of measuring the performance of memory and processor. It is a used by a lot of online publications and that is why we also use it in our labs. We had a chance to run the Geekbench benchmark on both of the new Macbook Air notebooks from Apple and were pretty impressed by their awesome performance. Both 32 bit and 64 bit tests were done.
Macbook Air 2012 benchmark
Here are the results obtained:
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