Posts tagged OS X

Microsoft Office for iPad apps

 Many people have been looking for Microsoft Office apps on the iPad for sometime now.  A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft finally released it.

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Optimize Your Wi-Fi Network with OS X

This article is from The Next Web.  In it “Boris” talks about a feature that was introduced in Mountain Lion OS X 10.8 and continues being available in Mavericks OS X 10.9.  Continue reading »

Cocktail 7.4 (Mavericks Edition)

MADE IN AMERICA Maintain has released Cocktail 7.4 (Mavericks Edition), the latest maintenance update of Cocktail for users running OS X Mavericks 10.9.Cocktail is a general purpose utility for OS X that lets you clean, repair and optimize your Mac. Continue reading »

Nine plug-ins for Apple Mail

In this article on written by Joe Kissell, he talks about how he has added plugins to Apple Mail.   Continue reading »


MADE IN AMERICA I recently came across an article on Tuts+ titled “5 Simple Solutions to Common Mac Problems by Harry Guinnes.”  The fifth problem on the list is the fact that research has shown that exposure to screens late at night can interfere with your sleep.  Continue reading »

Print Window 5.0

 Print Window 5.0 - Update to Simple Yet Powerful Window Printing Utility Print Window 5.0 for OS X, is a 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.

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Virtual TimeClock 14

MADE IN AMERICA Fresno, California – Managing employee time and attendance is flexible with the new Virtual TimeClock 14 now available Redcort Software Inc. Virtual TimeClock 14 provides a streamlined and modernized user experience that makes using Virtual TimeClock easier than ever. Powerful new administrative features facilitate monitoring time worked and editing employee timecards.   Continue reading »

10 Tips to Speed Up Mavericks

This article at Apple Gazette is about how to speed up OS X Mavericks.   Continue reading »


ToThePoint Software has announced the release of GlucoAide, an application built especially for Macintosh users with diabetics. With GlucoAide, you can track your meter readings in either mmol/L or mg/dL. Data entry has been designed to be quick and easy. Because GlucoAide is not restricted to any proprietary brand of meter it can be used regardless of the type of meter you have.  Continue reading »

Folx GO+

Developed by Eltima Software company, a download manager Folx GO+ can be downloaded from the Mac App Store. You can get Folx GO+ with an impressive set of options for downloading and managing files with a 50% discount price $9.99 for a limited time period only.   Continue reading »

iBank 5 Delivers Over 120 Enhancements

MADE IN AMERICA Putney, Vermont – IGG Software has announced the release of iBank 5.1, a major update to its acclaimed money management program. The most complete personal finance software available for the Mac, iBank 5.1 provides improved bank connectivity, enhanced reports, better bill pay, and superior transaction management among scores of new features and fixes.  Continue reading »

Mac OS X Automation

I recently did a presentation to the Tulsa Users of Macintosh Society, (TUMS) about the Services Menu item in Mac OS X. In my research for that I came across this site that has a number of automation files available.   Continue reading »

Mac Data Recovery Guru 2.5

MADE IN AMERICA Breckenridge, Colorado – Mac OS X File Recovery has announced the release of Mac Data Recovery Guru 2.5, an important update to its data recovery utility for OS X. Mac Data Recovery Guru recovers all common file types from any kind of device due to user error, accidental formatting, hardware malfunction, or any other cause of data loss that does not involve overwriting the original file.   Continue reading »

MacUpdate Desktop

 I’ve have long advocated using as a place to get a lead on applications that we are needing to find.  Continue reading »

A Guide to OS X Mavericks from ComputerWorld

John Evans has produced this guide in two parts for ComputerWorld.  The first is called: “An A-Z guide to OS X Mavericks (A-M)”. The second part starts with N.   Continue reading »