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Check / Identify which version of Mac OS X is on your Recovery HD partition

There is an easy way to check which version of Mac OS X is on your Recovery HD partitions.
Since you can have such a partition on each attached Mac-formatted disk, it's interesting to know if they are all up-to-date.
To find out how, click here!
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Make a new folder inside a selected folder with Applescript

I wrote an Applescript with which one can create a new folder inside a current selected folder, or inside a current window or inside a folder containing a selected item.
You can read more and copy the code from my Scripting-page.
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Switch from Microsoft SkyDrive or OneDrive to Google Drive

As of some days from now, Microsoft will reduce the free, personal OneDrive space from 15GB to 5GB. So I made the switch to Google Drive. If you find a link to a publication in my blog history which still points to SkyDrive ore OneDrive, you’ll find these, and more, on Google Drive.
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Goodbye 3.5 inch floppy disks (follow up)

I moved the disk covers from the old blog post + some new covers I found to this separate web page. If you have some floppy covers that are not listed, you can mail an image and I'll add it to the collection.
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Goodbye 3.5 inch floppy disks

I was cleaning up my IT-stuff, like cables, manuals and old software (a 2-yearly routine) and finally found no use anymore for software on floppy disks. I liked the diversity of the prints on the metal labels and found that a part of this IT-history that is now closed, could be saved. So I scanned a few:


More of these on this page!

If anyone feels (s)he likes to add some to this 'collection', feel free to email them to me.
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