- Install Windows Xp On Mac
- Mac Os For Windows Xp
- Mac Os For Win Xp 64-bit
Here is a little something for all of you Mac-lovers who use Windows. A quick and easy way to have Mac OS X mouse cursors on a PC running Windows 7, Vista or XP. Although personally I’m not a Mac person, one of the first things I do after installing a fresh copy of Windows is change the mouse pointers to the Mac OS X ones. Usually this means I have to download a zip of individual pointer icons and then manually assign them to the right cursors in the Control Panel, which is a bit annoying.Well, I don’t have to do this anymore. This morning I put together a nice and easy installer that does all that manual work for me. You can download the installer using the link below.
Install Windows Xp On Mac
How To: Install Mac OS X on a Windows Netbook How To: Dual-boot Windows XP and Mac OS X on a PC How To: Make Windows 7 look & feel like Mac OSX How To: Run Windows 8 on a Mac with VMWare Fusion 4 How To: Run a Windows app on a Mac OSX using Crossover. MakeMKV for Windows and Mac OS X is available for download below. MakeMKV for Linux is available on the forum page. MakeMKV 1.15.3 for Windows; Requires Windows XP or later, x86 or x64. MakeMKV 1.15.3 for Mac OS X; Requires x64 Mac OS X 10.7 or later.
Thanks to Shinde for uploading the cursors to Winmatrix.com
You may want to share files from windows XP to Mac OS X computer. In this guide you will learn how to share files, folder or drive on Windows XP and how to mount a folder or drive on Mac to access shared files/folder or drive. Make sure both Mac and PC are using same wireless or LAN internet connection.
See also: File Sharing Between Windows 8 and Mac OS X
Share Windows XP Files with Mac OS X
First we need to enable sharing for folder on XP computer that contains the files we want to share.
Right-click on the folder and select Properties option from the menu to share and then click on Sharing tab.
If you are sharing the whole drive then you will be asked to understand the risk of sharing complete drive, so click on the link as shown below.
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Click on the Share this folder on the network check-box and type a proper name in then “Share name” text box. Also check the “Allow network users to change my files” check-box if you want to give permission to other network users to change files. Hit the OK button to save the share settings.
Do you know your PC name or IP? Check you computer name or IP address, because you will use either IP or Computer name on Mac to access shared files of XP computer.
To check computer name Right-click on My Computer icon and select Properties option from menu. Click on “Computer Name” tab, here you can see your PC name as Full computer name.
Click on “Change…” button to give a meaningful name to PC.
Enter a proper computer name in “Computer name” text box that you can remember and type easily. Once done click on OK button to apply and save change. You need to restart your computer for the changes to take effect.
Mac Os For Win Xp 64-bit
Access Shared Folder on Mac OS X
To access PC files on Mac that you shared on Windows XP you need to click on “GO” menu and then select “Connect to Server” option from menu.
On the “Connect to Server” windows type the server address (Your PC name or IP address) after
smb://<your computer name or IP address>.
smb://192.168.1.2, Type the correct address and hit the “Connect” button.
You will be asked to enter then name and password of your XP computer, so select the Registered Users radio-button and type user name ans password in the respective text-boxes. You can save the username and password in keychain, If you want to do that click the check-box “Remember this password in my keychain” and click the Connect button.
If you have entered the correct username and password Mac will mount and show the list of shared windows XP folders, select folder and click OK button to to view the files available in it.
If you have any problem during sharing files using this method or successfully share files between XP and Mac then tell us below in comments which OS X version you are using. Is it OS X Leopard, Lion, Mavericks or any other?