Don't-Miss OS X Stories
In bringing the unibody treatment to the white MacBook, Apple has added many pro features while removing FireWire and the infrared port.
Macworld Lab has received the new MacBook and has been hard at work, putting it to the test. And while we don’t have Speedmark 6 finalized just yet, we do have some MacBook benchmark results we’d like to share.
ScreenFlow 2 adds transitions, audio ducking, clip playback speed adjustment, and more to the screen recording and editing suite.
With the significant price cut, new features, and improvements to existing features, Mac OS X 10.6 Server is a solid product. For an all or mostly-Mac network, this isn’t an "if" upgrade, but a "when," especially if you have iPhone users clamoring for push services.
CrossOver Mac Pro 8.0 is an application that runs a virtual environment so you can run Windows applications on your Mac.
Snow Leopard is a solid collection of tweaks and upgrades for a low price, Jason Snell says. Here's an in-depth review.
Firefox has evolved into a beautiful, polished program that’s a pleasure to use. Check out version 3.5.
Instead of logging in and out of different user accounts on your Mac, rooSwitch lets you switch users for only one app at a time by switching what rooSwitch calls Profiles.
Have you ever wondered what a non-Apple software installer actually installs? Or what files a particular program is actually creating or modifying when it’s churning away? Fseventer is a clever tool that can help you solve these mysteries.
Typically, while using your Mac’s iSight camera with one program, you can’t use it with another. But ManyCam frees iSight from this restriction.
If you juggle work all day and find yourself switching from one set of apps to another, you can appreciate Relaunch.
Zipeg is a free utility that’s useful to keep around as a complement to OS X’s built-in archiving features.
Digital Sentry is an aptly named program that monitors your computer for any of a number of events.