Just a week after Parallels released a new version of its virtualization software for OS X, VMWare comes out with an update of its own. The differences between the two are wafer-thin.
If you've never used Multi-Touch gestures on your Mac, Lion's new emphasis on them may make you feel as though you're being asked to learn a new language. Which, in a way, you are. Here's how to climb the learning curve as smoothly as possible.
There are a number of other programs that offer more options for cleaning up messy text, but CleanHaven Pro is as easy to use as they come.
Many Tricks' Time Sink isn't the only app that can keep track of what you do on your Mac, but it's certainly one of the easiest to use. If you need to keep track of billable hours, or just want to optimize your productivity, Time Sink can help contribute to a fine-grained time-tracking system.
Popular brainstorming app moves to iOS; new Mac version adds improved input and presentation tools.
Company that lets you run Windows on your Mac now lets your run Windows (and Linux) server OSes on a Mac mini.
Turns out there are several ways to pull files and folders back out of the Trash when you decide you want to keep them.
Since Office 2011's release last fall, we've been waiting for the suite to support OS X's Sync Services. Now it does. But you still won't be able to sync Outlook calendars, contacts, and tasks to MobileMe.
Genius Mixes are nice, making it easy to hear a series of related tracks. But you can't see which tracks are in them and you can't get rid of duplicates -- unless you know this trick.
Tired of copying-and-pasting AppleScripts you find online? Here are two services that'll do it for you.
Two Hints readers came up with an AppleScript that moves a bunch of selected files and folders to a new folder -- and it works even in system-restricted folders like the Trash.
If you send messages to Address Book groups in Mail, and if some group-members have more than one e-mail address, your message may not get to the right one. Here's how to make sure your mail goes to the address you want.
Macworld's Dan Miller came away empty-handed from Friday's iPad 2 launch and is left wondering why big crowds turn up for such events.
By default, Help windows in OS X float above all others. That can be a hassle when you want to see other windows but don't want to close Help. Fortunately, there's a way to make the Help Viewer behave like any other window.
You can use finger gestures on one of Apple's new trackpads to crop and straighten photos in iLife's photo editor.