Google's announcement of its Chrome OS was the big tech news this week. But did we get the story right?
Every Mac user unique. And so is the way each of us set up our virtual desktops, manage files, and launch apps. So we asked Macworld readers and contributors: How have you customized your Mac?
People who talk about an "Apple tax" have it all wrong, Dan Miller thinks. Maybe Mac users aren't paying more for an Apple logo as Microsoft's Steve Ballmer claims -- maybe PC users pay less as compensation for the headaches of running Windows.
We want to know: How do you manage such basic housekeeping chores as managing files and launching applications? How have you arranged your workspace so it works best for you?
Steve Jobs may be dealing with health issues, but it’s a few hyperventilating media commentators who may need to lie down after some not exactly stellar commentary about the Apple CEO’s leave of absence.
iWork.com is not a collaborative online productivity tool in the same way that Google’s Docs offering is. But the online component to Apple’s iWork suite does let you share and comment on documents, spreadsheets, and presentations. Dan Miller takes a closer look.
Security isn't just about hackers and malware. Dan Miller takes to the Expo show floor to explore some of the products aimed at keeping your Mac safe from thieves.
ProjectWizards, makers of the project-management software Merlin, are planning an iPhone component.
Apple normally dominates our annual awards for our favorite hardware and software products. This year, it captured only one award. Dan Miller explains why.
This Eddy Award-winning Web publishing tool lets you get professional-looking results without any of the hand-coding that Web pros rely on.
Dejal’s Narrator works with the Mac’s default text-to-speech tools to let you specify which voice will do the reciting or let you assign different voices to different parts of your document.
There are plenty of painting and drawing programs for Mac kids, but plasq’s Doozla is one of the best.
In this edition of Macworld Video, Executive Editor Dan Miller looks at installing virtualization programs on your Mac and offers some tips for optimizing your performance.
We’ve compared Word and Pages, Excel and Numbers, PowerPoint and Keynote. But one question is still on readers minds: What about file compatibility?
OmniFocus has one thing in mind, and that's to help you Get Things Done. It's one of the most polished to-do managers out there, though it requires some practice to really take advantage of the software and to understand its interface. Overall, it's a powerful way to manage tasks.