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smcfancontrol

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Cooling a MacBook Pro with smcFanControl

Open source and your Mac. What a combo! Here's an open-source program for keeping your MacBook Pro cool.

By Jul. 17, 2007

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Utilities Updates: Peek-a-Boo 2.6.1; smcFanControl 2.1.1; File Synchronization 1.4.2v129; Mac Pilot 2.2.6; more

Utilities Updates: Peek-a-Boo 2.6.1; smcFanControl 2.1.1; File Synchronization 1.4.2v129; Mac Pilot 2.2.6; more

By Mar. 20, 2007

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Utilities Updates: Drive Genius 1.5.3; Tiger Cache Cleaner 3.2.6; smcFanControl 2.0; BBEdit 8.6.1; more

Utilities Updates: Drive Genius 1.5.3; Tiger Cache Cleaner 3.2.6; smcFanControl 2.0; BBEdit 8.6.1; more

By Feb. 15, 2007

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Utilities Updates: smcFanControl 1.22; WiLMa 1.3; iPulse 2.1.6; Delicious Library 1.6.4; more

Utilities Updates: smcFanControl 1.22; WiLMa 1.3; iPulse 2.1.6; Delicious Library 1.6.4; more

By Nov. 10, 2006

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Utilities Updates: smcFanControl 1.21a; FileChute 2.5.2; 7zX 1.5.1; Em@ilCRX 1.4.3; more

Utilities Updates: smcFanControl 1.21a; FileChute 2.5.2; 7zX 1.5.1; Em@ilCRX 1.4.3; more

By Oct. 31, 2006

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smcFanControl: Problems with reducing fan activity, resorting to default settings

smcFanControl: Problems with reducing fan activity, resorting to default settings

By Oct. 18, 2006

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Utilities Updates: Mozilla Firefox 2.0 RC 3; smcFanControl 1.2; Mactracker 4.1b1; Relaunch 1.3.3; more

Utilities Updates: Mozilla Firefox 2.0 RC 3; smcFanControl 1.2; Mactracker 4.1b1; Relaunch 1.3.3; more

By Oct. 17, 2006

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Utilities Updates: smcFanControl 1.1; DetoxDiskz 1.0.0u; IPNetTunerX 1.6c3; FileXaminer 2.5.8; more

Utilities Updates: smcFanControl 1.1; DetoxDiskz 1.0.0u; IPNetTunerX 1.6c3; FileXaminer 2.5.8; more

By Oct. 13, 2006

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That Mac is hot. Too hot.

If you've got burnt thighs from an old MacBook Pro or you notice that your computer is always overheating and crashing from using CPU-intensive apps, you might want to check out smcFanControl.

By Sep. 3, 2009

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OS X Lion black-screen bug likely from hardware malfunction

The black-screen bug that some MacBook users are experiencing in OS X Lion may be a hardware malfunction exposed by differences in how Lion handles the system hardware.

By Aug. 31, 2011