Posts tagged mac

Why Your Mac Is More Vulnerable to Malware Than You Think

If you think your Mac is a lot more secure than a PC, you’re not alone — but you may not be as correct as you thought. Kim Zetter reports for Wired that even though most people think that a Mac’s firmware is a lot more locked-down than a PC’s, two researchers have found that several known vulnerabilities that affect top PC makers’ firmware can also hit the firmware of Macs. And for the first time, they have designed a proof-of-concept worm that would enable a firmware attack to spread automatically from MacBook to MacBook, even if they aren’t networked. Continue reading »

Expert collages and posters created in simple clicks

 Posterino 3.2 now available on Mac App Store featuring new Mosaic-Crop You’ve heard me talk about Posterino before. Now, the latest iteration of its popular custom collage app, facilitates the creation of beautiful photo collages with a number of new features. Users can expect more flexibility, improved workflow and easy sharing. The results are expert collages produced by simple mouse clicks.

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Mac OS X Barcode Creator Goes Postal

Driffield, United Kingdom – Barcode Basics is now at version 3.0. This version adds nine new barcode types, many of which are of use in the postal systems in Netherlands, the UK, the USA, Japan and Germany). The price remains at $8.99 making it still the cheapest pro-level* barcode creator on the Mac App StoreContinue reading »

User Groups on Facebook July 18, 2015

Here is some more great content items posted by user group members on Facebook! If you’re not already with us, please feel free to jump in . . .

  • Pixelmator
  • How Facebook uses IT automation to manage 16,000 MacBooks
  • KansasFest Photo Collection

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Screenium 3

The screen recording tool Screenium has been released in version 3, and it’s featured big time by Apple on the Mac App Store. Screenium lets you record at 60 fps, offering optimum performance for tutorials, gameplay recordings or any other screen content. Screenium‘s powerful video editor comes with a comprehensive tool kit that helps you create the most sophisticated screencasts.  Continue reading »

The Banana Jr.

This is an old post on RetroMacCast.ning.com from 2010.  It is pictures of an actual Banana Jr. 6000 which was featured as a “Mac” type computer in the comic strip “Bloom County” which was written by Berkeley Breathed.   Continue reading »

Default Folder X 4.7.2

MADE IN AMERICA Default Folder IconDenver, Colorado – St. Clair Software has released Default Folder X 4.7.2. This version of its award-winning utility for enhancing Open and Save dialogs provides a fix for a bug in Mac OS 10.10.3 that causes some file dialogs in Adobe Photoshop and xb to grow larger and larger. It also addresses a bug which can cause Default Folder X to freeze and fixes several compatibility issues.  Continue reading »

How to make a map to include on invitations

Lesa Snider has written this article on Macworld.com.   Continue reading »

MacFamilyTree 7.5 for Mac

Mainz, Germany – Synium Software GmbH has just launched version 7.5 of their popular and multi award-winning genealogy application that lets you to explore your own family history. Last year, Apple selected MacFamilyTree as one of the “Unforgettable Apps” of the last 30 years and recommended it on the Mac App Store welcome page countless times. Continue reading »

Apple Watch eGuide

Stopframe has announced the release of Apple Watch eGuide, an in-depth eBook available in the iBookstore that’s packed with Apple Watch tips, tutorials and knowledge. Written by bestselling author T A Rudderham, and priced just $2.99, it’s the perfect guidebook for anyone who wants to make the most of their brand new Apple WatchContinue reading »

iNotepad for Mac

Apimac has released iNotepad, a new app for OS X that let you write and manage in one single document hundreds or even thousands of texts. With iNotepad you have everything in one place as opposed to what happens with other apps for writing. Every document in iNotepad may contain hundreds or thousands of texts. For example all the reviews that you wrote for your blog or all the research papers that you wrote for college in the last few years.  Continue reading »

Affinity Designer 1.2

 Nottingham, United Kingdom – Serif has announced that its award-winning professional illustration app for Mac, Affinity Designer, has been updated with fantastic new features, new languages, performance enhancements, and improvements that take working with a creative suite to a completely new level.   Continue reading »

CleanApp 5 Reclaims Disk Space

Synium Software has announced the release and availability of CleanApp 5. If your Mac is getting slower and slower it could be because you’re running out of space on your hard drive. Continue reading »

Print Window 5.2

MADE IN AMERICA Shakopee, Minnesota – Searchware Solutions has announced the release of Print Window 5.2 for OS X, an update to their simple but powerful window printing utility. Print Window works seamlessly with the Mac OS X Finder, allowing users to generate and print a file listing of folders using several different methods including a simple key command, the Status menu, the Dock menu, or drag and drop.  Continue reading »

Winclone 5 Adds Backup for Boot Camp

MADE IN AMERICA Naperville, Illinois – Twocanoes Software has announced the release of Winclone 5, the premier Boot Camp cloning and migration solution for the Mac. New in Winclone 5 is Winclone Backup, a simple-to-use utility for backing up mission-critical Boot Camp user files. The company published a video tour of Winclone 5 that reviews the new product in detail.   Continue reading »