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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.

Send Any File Of Any Size With A ‘Friend-to-Friend’ File Transfer Using zeZebra

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Send Any File Of Any Size With A ‘Friend-to-Friend’ File Transfer Using zeZebra

zeZebra is a peer-to-peer file transfer freeware that enables you to transfer any file type (documents, photographs, videos, etc.) of any size to anyone. But the appeal of the tool lies in its simplicity behind the nice looking interface, and the fact that it sets up a secure channel between two parties or more interested in a file transfer. zeZebra is available for both Windows and Mac.

Saikat Basu October 8, 2012 08-10-2012
Send Any File Of Any Size With A ‘Friend-to-Friend’ File Transfer Using zeZebra
Enjoy YouTube Videos From Your Desktop With These 2 Applications

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Enjoy YouTube Videos From Your Desktop With These 2 Applications

The thing about YouTube is that most videos are relatively short in length and browsing around takes a lot of active participation and manual searching for what you find to be interesting. For a lazy guy like me (and you maybe), that’s not enough. I want to be able to sit there and have YouTube pick my brain and roll through things that are relevant to my interests! It’s very possible.

Craig Snyder October 7, 2012 07-10-2012
Enjoy YouTube Videos From Your Desktop With These 2 Applications
Amelita: A Collection Of Utility Actions [Mac]

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Amelita: A Collection Of Utility Actions [Mac]

All computers include dozens of utility apps that perform all types of small and large services, from copying text and photos to the clipboard, to performing disk repair permissions. Apple, like other computer developers, often adds and removes various utilities from one system upgrade to the next. But thanks to dedicated third-party developers, we get applications that bring back certain functions and features removed from earlier versions of the OS. This is the case with Amelita

Bakari Chavanu October 6, 2012 06-10-2012
Amelita: A Collection Of Utility Actions [Mac]
Evernote – Your Unified Notebook [Mac]

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Evernote – Your Unified Notebook [Mac]

How do you keep track of the havoc of your online life? How do you quickly save an article for later reading? How do you make a note of a recipe or instructional to refer to later on a different computer? We’ve been through this topic several times before, and discussed many ways of storing notes, documents and organising emails online. But personally, I find Evernote to be the most complete package. And since we haven’t published a review of its desktop client yet, here it is.

Jackson Chung October 2, 2012 02-10-2012
Evernote – Your Unified Notebook [Mac]
Manage Attachments In Mac Mail

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Manage Attachments In Mac Mail

Mail, the default email application on Mac OS X, is a surprisingly slick and feature-rich application. I’ve used a lot of different email clients, both in the cloud and on my desktop. No matter what, I tend to keep coming back to using the Mail application for day-to-day email management. Mail provides a lot of help with day-to-day email management. In this article we’ll show you exactly how.

Simon Slangen October 1, 2012 01-10-2012
Manage Attachments In Mac Mail
How To Take Advantage Of Your Widescreen Apple Display [Mac OSX]

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How To Take Advantage Of Your Widescreen Apple Display [Mac OSX]

I didn’t realize until I unpacked my 27″ iMac just how much screen real estate I had to work with. Sure, it looked large in the store, but opening numerous applications and windows on it, stretching out the Dock with more apps, and slightly tilting my head up to look at the menu bar made me realize even more just how much space I have to work with.

Bakari Chavanu September 26, 2012 26-09-2012
How To Take Advantage Of Your Widescreen Apple Display [Mac OSX]
OS X Mountain Lion Is Far From Perfect & Here’s Why

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OS X Mountain Lion Is Far From Perfect & Here’s Why

I’ve held off writing this article for a few weeks now, in the hope that Apple themselves would step forward and acknowledge that their latest release, OS X 10.8 “Mountain Lion”, has some serious problems that need to be sorted out. Unfortunately the company hasn’t said a word, ignoring hundreds of reports of problems on their own Support Communities website.

Tim Brookes September 26, 2012 26-09-2012
OS X Mountain Lion Is Far From Perfect & Here’s Why
Forget iPhoto. Use Pixa To Organize Photos On Your Mac

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Forget iPhoto. Use Pixa To Organize Photos On Your Mac

If you’ve been looking for a way to keep photos on your Mac organized, and iPhoto isn’t cutting it for you, a new beta app might have you covered. Free for as long as it’s in beta, Pixa is an easy to use app that makes it easy to keep your photos organized, back them up to the cloud, and open photos in external apps. In addition to keeping you organized, Pixa comes with a few pretty cool features which make it easy to stay organized, inspired and more.

Nancy Messieh September 26, 2012 26-09-2012
Forget iPhoto. Use Pixa To Organize Photos On Your Mac
Where Does Apple Go From Here? [You Told Us]

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Where Does Apple Go From Here? [You Told Us]

It’s been quite a month for Apple, with the launch of the iPhone 5 generating record sales, and iOS 6 rolling out to iDevices everywhere. Sadly, despite the strong customer response, the iPhone 5 was regarded as boring by many, being an incremental rather than revolutionary update. And the new iOS 6 Maps feature was found to be severely lacking compared to Google’s offering.

Dave Parrack September 26, 2012 26-09-2012
Where Does Apple Go From Here? [You Told Us]
3 Cool Facebook Tools For Your Mac OS X Menu Bar

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3 Cool Facebook Tools For Your Mac OS X Menu Bar

If you look up ‘procrastination’ in a dictionary, chances are you’ll find a big picture of me. I’m terribly good at finding new excuses to postpone work. A frequent and very popular excuse is Facebook. A quick click to see if you have any new notifications or pending messages can turn out with another half an hour wasted. Recently, I’ve found a solution. And weird though it may sound, the trick to waste less time on Facebook, is to engage it more.

Simon Slangen September 24, 2012 24-09-2012
3 Cool Facebook Tools For Your Mac OS X Menu Bar
Where Does Apple Go From Here? [We Ask You]

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Where Does Apple Go From Here? [We Ask You]

Apple is in fine fettle right now. The Cupertino-based company has billions of dollars in the bank, a phenomenal share price that continues to rise, and a legion of fans who will follow Tim Cook and co. wherever they may go. They also have a product line that is selling phenomenally well, and which looks set to continue to do so into the future. However, there is one slight worry hanging over Apple in the aftermath of the iPhone 5 unveiling.

Dave Parrack September 20, 2012 20-09-2012
Where Does Apple Go From Here? [We Ask You]
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