If you’re a .Mac member, you have access to Apple’s Backup 3.1. Among numerous changes since version 2, Backup now backs up new or changed files on each run, without erasing older copies.
BounceBack Pro 7.1's focus is clear: making a bootable duplicate of your startup volume onto an external hard drive, and updating it every time the drive is plugged in.
Imagine carrying the applications you use all the time in your pocket, ready to run on any Mac,, with all your preferences and plug-ins just the way you want them. Welcome to the world of portable applications.
Apple’s Mail is not only easy to use, but also much more powerful than it may appear. If you feel that you’re not making the most of Mail 2.0, try using these tips to dig into some of its interesting and less obvious features.
What VisiStat does, it does very well—with almost no effort on the user’s part. If you want absolute simplicity in Web analytics—and can live without the details VisiStat is missing—you’d be hard-pressed to find a more elegant tool.
If you spend a lot of time dealing with the Web, chances are you have a cluttered inbox. Sometimes just deleting and archiving messages isn’t enough. So our crew of Mac experts offered up 15 ways to master your inbox and eliminate spam.
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SnapMail offers secure, simple interoffice messaging and file transfer. If you’re looking for a no-frills internal messaging system, this fits the bill.
Web browsing these days is more than just point-and-click. Tabs, shortcuts, passwords, PDFs and other productivity tools can help you find what you’re looking for. But getting a grip on it all can be a daunting task. Our team of experts offer these 15 ways to quickly find what you want online.
Mozilla’s Firefox browser is a great tool for surfing the Net. And thanks to a growing number of free Firefox extensions, it’s an especially good tool for people who want every possible ounce of browser power—and who are willing to tinker with their Mac to get it.
Sure, you back up your Mac laptop at home or at the office. But what about when you hit the road? If the answer is “no,” you’re only asking for trouble. After all, a hard-drive failure could happen just as easily when you’re traveling. Here are some backup tips geared toward on-the-go users.
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Has this ever happened to you? You're on the road or working at home and you need an important e-mail message. The problem is that you downloaded it at the office, and there it sits, inaccessible, on your desktop Mac. There is a solution: IMAP.
Like all machines, Macs can sometimes break down. You can reduce the risk and minimize the damage with a regular maintenance regimen. In this excerpt from the "Take Control of Maintaining Your Mac" electronic book, Joe Kissell talks about steps you can take to monitor your Mac's health.
Anyone with more than one Mac can appreciate the convenience of having the same set of contacts, calendar events, and e-mail accounts on the two machines. Unfortunately, setting this up isn’t always easy.