Friday, February 29, 2008

There is Xslimmer in the Air (in the Macbook Air)

Since the Macbook Air was first presented at Macworld '08, we have had several people telling us that we should write about it. In particular, how Xslimmer is an ideal tool for it due to the small hard drive sizes. Faced with this kind of proposal, the question becomes what to exactly point out that it is not totally obvious. Xslimmer is a product to recover disk space from applications. The Macbook Air has a small hard drive. What else? As I do not know, I leave it there and point to you to some other people's articles:




1 comment:

Wilson said...

Couldn't agree more. I have aftermarket solid state disks in two of my Macs (Mac Pro and a MacBook Pro), and XSlimmer helps conserve that precious space.

On the upside, I have pretty much forgotten what it was like in the before-times.. you know, when apps took a measurable amount of time to load.