If you've ever wondered about the performance of your local network, Speedy Net is an easy-to-use solution.
Used to be you needed a copy of Disk Warrior, TechTool Pro, or Drive Genius (or maybe all three) in addition to Disk Utility to keep your hard drive happy. But is that still true? Joe Kissell spells out the pros and cons.
In this week's Mac 101, Dr. Breen details the workings of Mountain Lion's Parental Controls.
Your Mac throws up an error that you've run out of application memory. Chris Breen shows you how to troubleshoot this issue.
Notifi watches your Mac for particular events and then uses Notification Center to alert you to those events.
Snapz certainly gets the job done, but there are alternate choices that are both better and less expensive.
If you use a variety of audio and video apps, you'll likely find Shush to be a nifty app. It gives you a systemwide mute control, making it quick and easy to mute your microphone, no matter which app you're currently using.
Compared to last year's Macworld/iWorld, Mac utility developer ZeoBit is taking a much different approach to its presence on the show floor.
Podcast host Chris Breen is joined by Macworld's Gem Meister Dan Frakes to discuss Dan's favorite inexpensive Mac applications of 2012.
Ebooks you obtain from sources other than Amazon don't sync between Amazon devices unless you know the trick Chris Breen offers in this video.