Mac-MoVe, Win-MoVe and Lin-MoVe are based on the already existing programs (Mac-HaBu, Win-HaBu and Lin-HaBu). The programs are introduced for many years. Many features (Interfaces, GUI, Database, backup) of this existing program could be reused. With xMoVe, a version for macOS is available, which can be loaded from the App Store. Sep 19, 2011  Posted by tonymacx86 on Monday, September 19, 2011 Labels: guide, Lion, Mac, news, OS X, xMove Since the 10.7 Lion USB Thumb Drive became available, we've been inundated with requests for a method of using it for direct Lion installation.

1. rBoot

rBoot is a boot CD that allows Hackintoshes to boot Mac OS X Lion and Snow Leopard! It will even boot installer partitions created by xMove.Features:- No kernel included - boots both 10.6.x Snow Leopard and 10.7.x Lion installations.- Boots xMove-created 10.7 Lion Installer- will NOT boot the 10.7 Lion...

2. tonymacx86.com

tonymacx86.com is a blog, forum, and wiki combo about Hackintoshing, the process of setting up Mac OS X on your PC. It mainly focuses on the iBoot+Multibeast and Unibeast methods of Hackintoshing....

3. myHack

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myHack aids in the installation of a retail copy of OS X 10.6 “Snow Leopard”, OS X 10.7 “Lion”, and OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion” on a PC. This is commonly referred to as “Building a Hackintosh” or “Hackintoshing”. myHack is designed to save time by simplifying most of the... Art text for mac 10.6.8.

4. xMove

xMove allows you to install OS X 10.7 Lion on any supported Intel Core 2 or Core i based PC. It moves the required installation files for Lion to a separate partition on your hard drive so that you can install Lion manually....

5. iBoot

iBoot is a boot CD for Intel CPUs, that enables you to boot Mac OS X Snow Leopard on an unsupported computer....

6. Chameleon Wizard

Chameleon Wizard is a utility for Hackintoshes that offers an easy way to work with Chameleon bootloader.Features:-Installing Chameleon with boot0, boot0hfs and boot0md install methods.-Updating Chameleon only by replacing boot file.-Downloading latests revs from server.-EFI Partitions are supported!-org.chameleon.Boot.plist editor.-SMBios.plist editor.-Themes downloader.-bdmesg diagnostic messages reader....

7. Windows 7 USB/DVD Download Tool

When you purchase Windows 7 from Microsoft Store, you have the option to download an ISO file or compressed files. The Windows 7 USB/DVD Download tool allows you to create a copy of your Windows 7 ISO file on a USB flash drive or a DVD. To create a bootable...

8. Win Toolkit

Win Toolkit is a lightweight and easy to use application that was created in order to help you customize your Windows installation! With this tool you can integrate Addons, Drivers, Gadgets, Language packs, Modified Files, Theme Packs, Tweaks, Silent Installers, Updates.You can also remove features such as Windows Media Player...

9. InsanelyMac

InsanelyMac is a Hackintosh news site and forum for learning about how to run Mac OS X on non-Apple hardware. It is the forum component of the OSx86 Project....


10. OSx86 Wiki

The OSx86 Project is the undisputed leader in information regarding OS X on x86 hardware and Apple's Intel transition. It offers users a place to trade and share information about OSx86 and the various hardware needed to run it; a virtual Wikipedia of OSx86 resources. The OSx86 Project is the...

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11. SystemRescueCd

SystemRescueCd is a Linux system rescue disk available as a bootable CD-ROM or USB stick for administrating or repairing your system and data after a crash. It aims to provide an easy way to carry out admin tasks on your computer, such as creating and editing the hard disk partitions....

12. Rufus

The Reliable USB Formatting UtilityRufus is a small utility that helps format and create bootable USB flash drives, such as USB keys/pendrives, memory sticks, etc.Features: - Formats USB memory sticks to FAT/FAT32/NTFS/exFAT/UDF/ReFS - Creates bootable USB drive from a wide range of ISOs - Creates MS-DOS/FreeDOS bootable USB memory sticks,...

13. Windows 1.0

Windows 1.0 releases the first Microsoft GUI and it was an big update from MS-DOS and it made using the computer even more user friendly!...

14. WinUSB Maker

WinUSB Maker, is a tool to make dynamically any Removable Device / External HDD as bootable with Windows Setup...

15. Mac OS X

Mac OS X is a line of computer operating systems developed, marketed, and sold by Apple Inc., and since 2002 has been included with all new Macintosh computer systems....

Posted September 5, 2007 by David Kirk in Apple Mac

You do not have to copy and then delete when moving files on your apple box. Here is how to do it all with one command. This tutorial describes how to drag and drop to move a file from one location to another.

When copying files from one location to another, I have always found it an annoying process to drag the files to one location and then go back and delete them from the original location.

The default drag and drop process in OS X is to COPY files.

We want to be able to MOVE files.

To MOVE a file is to actually copy files to a new location and to delete them from the original location.

OS X will move the file if you hold the CMD key while you drag and drop.

One caveat:

Something that confuses people is what happens if duplicate files are found during the move drag and drop. If you release the CMD key to answer the dialog box that appears, the file will be copied but not moved. If you continue to hold the CMD key as you click the Replace button, the move action will be completed.

About David Kirk

David Kirk is one of the original founders of tech-recipes and is currently serving as editor-in-chief. Not only has he been crafting tutorials for over ten years, but in his other life he also enjoys taking care of critically ill patients as an ICU physician.
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