Browsers Camino is a powerful and secure web browser, yet simple and elegant in its design. Camino 1.5 is a universal binary and runs natively on both PowerPC- and Intel-based Macs. From new features like the system spell-checker and session saving t...
Mohawke's best of the best free and open source software: Everything you can imagine from free OS X and Windows software, games, and even operating systems.
More Mac 101, tips and tricks for novice (and expert) Mac users.Have you every tried to copy and paste text from a PDF into a word processor document
Your digital music collection is a mess. How do we know? Because everyone's digital music collection is a mess!
A list of 99 tips and tricks to get the most speed out of your Mac. Features a list of tips to get the most out of your Mac.
Day by day, bit by bit your Mac has got slower and slower. You don't really notice because it has happened so gradually.Until one day you have a chance to use another machine, that's when you realize what your beloved Mac has become, as slow as an as...
Ever since the roundup of crashed my hosting server (!), I understand how much people love roundups of well designed apps.
If you've just got yourself a new Mac and totally clueless what to install, this article is for you. If you are looking for alternatives for some applications you are currently using in your Mac, the following list might come in handy too. This week,...
There's little doubt that OS X is a popular platform for web designers - it offers an enormous range of software for designing, managing, developing and
Already saddled with a 56-day premiere delay, your Instant Queue isn't getting any younger—assuming you can even find something to watch. Here's how to make up for lost time and keep your queue packed with Netflix's (relatively) newest and best offer...
The terminal is a pretty powerful tool in Mac OS X. Hardcore server nuts can fly through preferences and settings tweaks without ever touching a GUI. Then there are some things you can do in the Terminal that are just straight out important. This is ...
Your desktop might be tidy, but just a few folders down your system could be overflowing with junk
For the four years I've been using a Mac, I haven't used a maintenance tool. All I've ever done was verify disk permissions, and maybe use Drive Genius to perform some optimisation. But even that was just something ‘extra' and
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Professor Chris Breen guides his student through all that is Mission Control.
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