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If you think different, watch this page closely. You’ll find the best software for doing pretty much anything with your Mac, guides to some of Apple’s lesser-known features and tips that will turbocharge your OS X workflow.

Use Your WiiMote As A Mac Gamepad With WJoy

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Use Your WiiMote As A Mac Gamepad With WJoy

Do you want a gamepad for your Mac, but don’t want to buy yet another controller? Use your WiiMote as a gamepad with Wjoy. This app doesn’t enable motion controls on your Mac, but it does let you use your WiiMote as a simple gamepad – perfect for games and even emulators if that’s what you like to do. Not everyone knows it, but the WiiMote connects to the Wii using Bluetooth – and there’s nothing stopping you from using the WiiMote with any computer that uses Bluetooth.

23-01-2013
Use Your WiiMote As A Mac Gamepad With WJoy
Why Your Eyes Hurt Using a New iPhone, iPad Or iMac

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Why Your Eyes Hurt Using a New iPhone, iPad Or iMac

The Apple LED screen is a common source of complaint among consumers. Many new iPhone, iPad, and Mac users have reported that it causes eyestrain and general discomfort, yet if you look around on the Internet, you can’t find much backing for the problem. Apple itself hasn’t offered a solution, and some people think that it’s even some kind of conspiracy.

22-01-2013
Why Your Eyes Hurt Using a New iPhone, iPad Or iMac
4 Ways To Keep Your Mac From Falling Asleep

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4 Ways To Keep Your Mac From Falling Asleep

Most of the time, using the computer means staring at the computer screen, one hand clasped around the mouse, the other standing ready at your keyboard. However, a lot of us use our computer for more than just Internet browsing. We use it to convert video, render images and compile code. Sometimes, we even use it to charge a cellphone. At times like these, you won’t necessarily be sitting behind your computer, eyes fixed on whatever relevant process indicator.

21-01-2013
4 Ways To Keep Your Mac From Falling Asleep
Recognizing Danger: 5 Warning Signs Showing Your Mac Has A Problem

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Recognizing Danger: 5 Warning Signs Showing Your Mac Has A Problem

It’s safe to say that the Apple Macintosh computer is a great piece of hardware with a fantastic operating system, but it’s definitely not impervious to errors. Sometimes it acts funny, and because continuing on with our day is more important than actually getting something fixed, we’ll ignore it. After all, it’s a Mac, right? It’s invincible! The god of all personal computers (yeah, right).

17-01-2013
Recognizing Danger: 5 Warning Signs Showing Your Mac Has A Problem
Give Finder The Upgrade It Sorely Needs With XtraFinder [Mac]

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Give Finder The Upgrade It Sorely Needs With XtraFinder [Mac]

People are always going on about the Mac user experience; how it just works. For the most part, I agree with them. The operating system is like a smooth breeze, and most of the default applications are top notch quality. There’s really only one standard application that’s painfully lacking in power: Finder.

14-01-2013
Give Finder The Upgrade It Sorely Needs With XtraFinder [Mac]
Quickly Copy Symbols To The Clipboard With Symbol Caddy [Mac]

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Quickly Copy Symbols To The Clipboard With Symbol Caddy [Mac]

Quickly find and copy obscure symbols, then post them into any program. Symbol Caddy is among those long-forgotten class of Mac apps – the dashboard widget. Which is a shame, because it’s a widget that is sincerely useful. Imagine you’re writing about currencies, and need to compare the dollar ($) to the euro (€), and as such need quick access to both symbols. If you’re American, where do you find the euro symbol?

05-01-2013
Quickly Copy Symbols To The Clipboard With Symbol Caddy [Mac]
Satellite Eyes: Map Wallpapers Based On Your Current Location [Mac]

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Satellite Eyes: Map Wallpapers Based On Your Current Location [Mac]

See a picture of the community around you, right on your Mac desktop. Satellite Eyes is a tiny Mac download that sits in your tray, determines your current location and puts a map of your choosing on the desktop. Whether you want a minimalist outline, a satellite image or even a watercolor, it doesn’t matter – Satellite Eyes can deliver, and will automatically move every time you do.

03-01-2013
Satellite Eyes: Map Wallpapers Based On Your Current Location [Mac]
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