My hackintosh has been running strong since the initial setup a few months ago. This Sunday I decided to update from version
10.13.2 to the latest version
10.13.3 which was released on February 20th.
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Here is the
.scss I copy and paste to every single new project I ever create!
I’m always curious of other people setups, so today I thought it would be fun to go through my MacBook and share all the softwares I use in 2017. I use MacOS, so if you’re on Windows you’re out of luck for a lot of these. Lets drive right in.Continue Reading