Don't-Miss OS X Stories
The just-released 3.1 update to Safari adds features that offer a glimpse into the Web of the future. And as Web designers begin to add support for these elements, Safari will become progressively more useful and functional for typical users.
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.