When it comes to sending files between Macs and PCs, you have to be careful about the names and tools you use.
Mac OS X may be the greatest operating system in the world, but somehow that news hasn’t reached most of the planet. The sad fact is that most of us are surrounded by Windows PCs. And while it’s easier than ever to share files and networks with Windows systems, Mac users still often feel like strangers in a strange land.
Deep Freeze Mac 2.03 is a straightforward, easy-to-use utility that does what it claims to do: automatically reset a Mac to pristine condition after a restart. It can save hours of cleaning up and troubleshooting public Macs.
Lights that go on and off, dim, and brighten, all by themselves. Appliances that respond to the time of day and the presence or lack of daylight. Coffeemakers that turn themselves on and off. You still can’t order an Earl Grey (as Star Trek’s Captain Picard does), but you can have your house obey your commands.
Articles by John Rizzo