When reproducing HTML on paper, not all browsers are equal.
If Apple’s Mail is the affordable hatchback of e-mail clients, Postbox 2 is the category’s luxury sedan. Handsomely appointed with why-didn’t-anyone-think-of-this-sooner features, Postbox seems to anticipate and serve your every e-mail need.
Like nearly all aspects of Outlook 2011, the Office suite's mail program that replaces Entourage, Microsoft’s coders seem to have thought of everything when it comes to printing. Here’s a quick rundown.
Just made the switch to Outlook 2011? Take this chance to rediscover useful Entourage tools that made the cut.
Outlook will replace Entourage in the next version of Microsoft's Outlook for Mac. Here's our first look at the new app.
Mail 4.3 offers no earth-shattering upgrades, just the same dependable, well-crafted, easy-to-use experience it always has.
Unique storytelling tool does a good job despite a few rough edges.
Tough competition has only made Safari 5 even better. It's still the fastest, sleekest, all-around best Web browser in the business.
Thomas Jefferson, a compulsive note-taker, would have loved Eastgate System’s Tinderbox, an innovative and endlessly versatile tool for recording, cataloging, and sharing notes.
The Soulmen’s Ulysses 2.0.4 writing app is dense, complex, and well-designed.
Opera 10 introduces several innovative interface ideas, some more useful than others.
Firefox has evolved into a beautiful, polished program that’s a pleasure to use. Check out version 3.5.
Caboodle 1.3 is less expensive than many rivals, but offers fewer features and less polish along with its lower price tag.
If you want the fastest browser on the Mac, Safari 4.0 is the hands-down winner. It lacks the endless flexibility of Firefox’s plug-ins, and it’s far less svelte than its rival browsers, but Safari combines raw power and a thoughtful, well-crafted interface to give Mac users the best user experience.
Circus Ponies NoteBook 3.0 is a terrific notetaking program bursting with useful ways to organize your life.