When it comes to running Windows on a Mac, there are two main players: Parallels Desktop 7 and VMware Fusion 4. Which is right for you? Rob Griffiths runs through the comparison.
Parallels 7 is a fast, stable, and highly customizable way to virtually run Windows on a Mac.
Updated virtualization app makes it easier than ever to install and run Windows on your Mac.
Depending on the complexity of your spreadsheet needs, Numbers' newfound compatibility with the iPhone and iPod touch may fit the bill, though it's a bit of a tight fit on those devices' smaller screens. Still, the other features in Numbers make the app worth considering if you want to work with spreadsheets on the go.
Intrigued by the Magic Trackpad, but unwilling to give up your multi-button mouse? Rob Griffiths shows how to customize the trackpad to create your own virtual buttons.
Gearing up for a new year creating superb spreadsheets? Rob Griffiths homes in one the three tricks you must know to get the most out of Microsoft 2011.
Macworld contributor Rob Griffiths and the Macworld editors have pulled together the most useful hints for Mac OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard. Whether you’re a power user looking to take control of your system or a relative newcomer searching for ways to be more productive, this handpicked collection will help you get the most from your Mac.
Excel's print function is quite powerful, but you have to do a bit of digging to take full advantage of its capabilities. Here are just a few of the options open to you when you print with Excel.
Rob Griffiths went to the MacTech conference representing Macworld. Here are his impressions.
Assembled IT professionals reacted to the announcement of the Xserve's death during the MacTech conference in Los Angeles.
Macworld senior contributors Rob Griffiths and Kirk McElhearn replaced their Mac's stock hard drive with a Seagate Momentus XT hybrid drive, which has 4GB of flash storage and a 500GB hard drive. The result: Performance improvements that are well worth the money.
Macworld senior contributor Rob Griffiths weighs in with his thoughts on what Apple might unveil when it offers a sneak peek at the next version of Mac OS X on Wednesday.
Office 2004 included support for Visual Basic for Applications (VBA). Office 2008 didn't. Now, VBA is back in Office 2011, and Rob Griffiths couldn't be happier.
Excel 2011 is a solid upgrade for any current Excel user whose work involves a heavy dose of spreadsheet duty.