I had a special request from a client to downgrade his used iMac from 10.11 to 10.6. First and foremost, you can’t use the retail Snow Leopard disk as it is 10.6.3 which does not have the driver for the i5/i7 CPU. You’ll get three beeps as you try to boot from the install CD.
Second, it can be done but you require 10.6.4 and higher. Where do you get a 10.6.4 disk? You can’t. Snow Leopard isn’t downloadable.
Second, if you’re on Mojave, you can no longer download older versions of macOS or OS X, whatever you want to call it. It’s basically Apple locking you out of your own purchases/DRM, IMHO.
We recently bought a new chest freezer to help us eat at home more. I went out and bought the above mentioned Kenmore chest freezer from Sears in February of this year. I brought it home and installed it. Waited the four hours it tells you to before adding food and all was good.
Until about a week ago. I noticed a bizarre gas smell. That’s the only way I can explain it. Not propane, not natural gas, but it was gassy. It was also isolated to where the chest freezer was. I went outside to the front and rear of where the freezer is sitting, and I could not smell anything. I finally looked over at the ground and saw this yellowish liquid that was spilled out which had also leaked onto a piece of paper. I picked up the piece of paper and brought it to my nose and inhaled. THAT was the smell I had been smelling the entire time.
I immediately disconnected the power and moved the freezer to the outside of our house. I had no idea what the gas was and if it was toxic. I wasn’t going to take any chances.
I tried calling Sears support, but by the time I had called, they were already closed. They’re about three to six hours ahead of us.
I call the next morning and get an appointment for the next day between eight and five PM. The tech gets here almost closer to five, and he gives it a look over and isn’t a hundred percent sure what was wrong with it. He said he’d have to call into Sears tech support which reside in the mainland and that it was already closed. He said he’d call the following day.
I didn’t hear back from the guy, but when I check my ticket, I can see that I have another appointment scheduled for next week.
I Googled and Googled but could not find anyone with the same exact problem as mine. Hopefully, this post will find someone that has had the same problem and can help them in some way. Again, I don’t know what is wrong with the unit yet. It might be the compressor as the tech mentioned it looked like the oil was from the cooling unit.
Here’s a picture of the liquid that I was talking about.
Currently, sync does not work regardless of if you’re using a Microsoft Account or a Work Account. However, you can sign in to a Work Account once you enable something in edge://flags.
Go to the address bar, type in: edge://flags, hit enter.
Do a search for aad.
Change it from default to enabled.
Get it here: https://www.microsoftedgeinsider.com/en-us/
I’ve installed it on my main workstation and it’s actually very fast, and stable.
If there is one thing I yearn for year after year it’s a unified inbox for Outlook on Windows. I know it can be done as the feature exists on Outlook for Mac and even MacOS Mail app has the same feature.
I want to know what is causing this from being implemented into Outlook for Windows? Is it a programming limitation that cannot combine the inboxes of multiple Exchange accounts?