Don't-Miss OS X Stories
The new features in Apple's Mail shows that the Cupertino-based company is serious about e-mail. With its ability to manage to-dos, calendar items, and RSS feeds, Mail 3.2 is a much more robust programâ€”and best of all, it comes with Mac OS X.
Thanks to a timely software update, Apple's Time Capsule is an easy-to-use backup appliance that provides speedy wireless network access while keeping your data safe.
ScreenFlow captures on-screen audio and video, and presents it in an onscreen editor that will remind you of Final Cut or iMovie HD.
HoudahSpot 2 helps you make the power of Leopard's improved Spotlight engine even more accessible and more useful.
The latest version of Apple's Web browser builds upon a solid foundation with powerful new features to handle complex Web content.
If you don’t already have a directory service or dedicated servers, and are just now thinking about implementing such things for the first time, Mac OS X 10.5 Server is a compelling product; just keep in mind that some of its services don’t work as well as they should in a heterogeneous environment.
Mac OS X Leopard is a sweeping update with so many new features that it's hard to keep them all in perspective. What is clear, however, is that it's a solid upgrade.
Mail 2 is free. If you have Tiger, you’ve already got it and I recommend you give it a try. If you’re using one of Mail’s commercial competitors like Eudora, Entourage, Mailsmith, PowerMail, or Gyaz Mail, you may not be persuaded to switch.