Don't-Miss Utility Software Stories
Our favorite way to track all your incoming shipments is now a full-fledged Mac app that effortlessly syncs to iOS.
No matter how slimmed down you believe your Mac's hard drive to be there are likely large files consuming space you could use for better things. These tools ferret out those files.
Version 6 of this mature font management tool looks great on Retina displays too.
Carbon Copy Cloner, a venerable cloning and backup utility, gains new features and an improved interface.
If you routinely dig into the Utilities folder to learn about what's occupying your Mac's time, save yourself the trouble and purchase iStat Menus 5.
To use OS X's handy OS X Recovery feature, or to enable FileVault on an external drive, you need a special recovery partition on your drive. This utility can add it if the OS X installer didn't.
Today's the last day of our annual GemFest. You can check this handy chart to see the featured apps. Our regular Mac Gems column rotation continues next week.
Screenshot FX gives your Mac the ability to map a specific area that you want to shoot on your Mac's screen.
This little utility can strip the formatting out of copied text that you want to paste into documents.
StorageStatus provides menubar access to information about your attached storage device.
This little Mac app lets you know when you should and shouldn't plug in your MacBook in order to get the most out of your battery life.
If you’ve got a capacious drive overrun with unwanted hangers-on, Disk Diag offers a fast, friendly way to evict them.
FilePane's inventive drag-and-drop approach can be a true timesaver.