Tuesday, August 12, 2008

Network locations in Mac OS X

One of the minor mysteries of OS X - newly explained:
Using network locations in Mac OS X: ...A 'location' is a set of network preferences...
It might have been better if they'd called the tool "custom network preferences", but Locations does have a smoother sound. Most of us rarely need to use anything but Automatic these days, but if you want to experiment with OpenDNS (example: block problem addresses) you can create a custom OpenDNS location.

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