Posts tagged mac

Free Set of Greeting Cards

Graphic Node, a graphic design company that specializes in creating themes, templates, and illustrations for OS X, has released a special free holiday application of greeting cards, aptly named Greeting Cards. It contains 22 warm and stylish templates for Pages created by Graphic Node’s team of professional designers.   Continue reading »

Macgamestore.com Sale

Hutto, Texas – Macgamestore.com today is pleased to announce its yearly Thanksgiving Sale 2014 with savings of up to 90% off on hundreds of Macintosh games.

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Mac Yourself (Again!)

I have listed a number of Mac Hint and Tip sites over the years. This is one that I ‘Stumble’ on tonight. One of the great problems with using Stumble for looking for web sites is that you can spend a lot of time without good results, even if you enjoy it.
In this case, the time was worth it. Continue reading »

A Better Finder Attributes 5.28 for Yosemite

A Better Finder publicspace.net has announced the release of A Better Finder Attributes 5.28. The new version features a fresh, “flatter” look to bring it into line with the new Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite aestetics. A Better Finder Attributes has long been known to post-production and digital media producers for its ability to change Finder attributes, such as file creation and modification dates, hidden flags, labels and legacy creator and type codes. Its ability of visualizing and removing hidden files has also been much appreciated by practitioners in those domains.  Continue reading »

Cocktail 8.0.1 (Yosemite Edition)

Maintain has released Cocktail 8.0.1 (Yosemite Edition), the latest maintenance update of Cocktail for users running OS X Yosemite 10.10. Cocktail is a general purpose utility for OS X that lets you clean, repair and optimize your Mac. Continue reading »

Top 14 Hidden Features Of OS X Yosemite

  While I don’t see how these are “hidden”, but they are interesting features of Yosemite.   Continue reading »

Karelia Software Announces Yosemite Compatibility

MADE IN AMERICA Pasadena, California – Karelia Software has announced the release and immediate availability of updates to Sandvox and The Hit List for Mac, and a new Stars app, all to address compatibility with OS X Yosemite. Karelia Software also confirmed all of the company’s commercially available apps for OS X, including Tangerine!, are now compatible with OS X Yosemite. Continue reading »

PrivacyScan 1.6 for Mac OS X

MADE IN AMERICA Las Vegas, Nevada – SecureMac has released a new version of their privacy app PrivacyScan 1.6, the latest in privacy protection for Macs. Continue reading »

New Folx downloader

Frankfurt, Germany – Eltima Software has released a new version of their Folx download manager that includes much anticipated torrents downloading features. Continue reading »

Vortex 1.3

MADE IN AMERICA Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – TastyApps has announced Vortex 1.3, continuing the productivity Vortex beta introduced to the Mac, with a new streamlined stable interface and more customizing options. Vortex brings a new level productivity to the Mac. Dozens of Actions for the things you do most are instantly available via Drag N Drop or shortcut keys. You can quickly convert image or audio files, translate text or emails, add images and files to emails, compress or uncompress archives, and uninstall applications.   Continue reading »

Pando Calendar Replacement?

 Recently on the iMacChat mailing list the following question was asked:   Continue reading »

6 Apps to Keep Your Mac in Tip Top Shape

FStoppers.com has this article listing 6 apps that will help you keep your Mac in good shape.  Continue reading »

This week’s UGs on Facebook

This week’s subject on UG’s are listed below.  If you know of any user groups that aren’t mentioned, please let us know.  This week we saw:

[_] Save 50% on Take Control Books
[_] Dutch Artist Creates 3D Printer That Can Print Complex Ceramic Pots
[_] How to use photos on iMovie (part1) Continue reading »

Open Source Mac Software

I am preparing to present Open Source Software for the Macintosh to the Tulsa Users of Macintosh Society in September.  A few years ago, September was declared Open Source Month by someone and I’ve tried every two or three years to find what I can get and tell the group about what is available.   Continue reading »

4 Reasons to Buy a Non-Retina MacBook Pro

Macworld UK has this article written by Ashleigh Allsopp.   Continue reading »