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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.

Kindle For Mac Updates With New Gesture Support and Richer Formatting Capabilities [Updates]

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Kindle For Mac Updates With New Gesture Support and Richer Formatting Capabilities [Updates]

Following the exciting release of some new Kindle models, Amazon is releasing an update for its Mac app – perhaps not as exciting, but still rather useful. The new version adds gesture support for Lion, support for Amazon’s new Kindle 8 format, and even adds a brand new language support to the interface.

Yaara Lancet September 11, 2012 11-09-2012
Kindle For Mac Updates With New Gesture Support and Richer Formatting Capabilities [Updates]
How To Try Out Windows 8 On Your MacBook Air

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How To Try Out Windows 8 On Your MacBook Air

If you’re reading this article, you’re probably a user of Mac OS X, but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be intrigued. If Windows 8 has captured your interest, why not take it for a test run? While the operating system hasn’t launched, you can download a free preview! In this article, I’ll show you how to install it on a separate partition on your MacBook Air.

Simon Slangen September 10, 2012 10-09-2012
How To Try Out Windows 8 On Your MacBook Air
10 Creative Uses For Audacity That You Probably Haven’t Thought Of

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10 Creative Uses For Audacity That You Probably Haven’t Thought Of

You’ve probably heard of Audacity. It’s a free cross-platform application for recording and mixing, which also happens to be incredibly powerful and versatile. You can use it to record vocals, instruments and other sounds, mix them up into something useful and then create a music file to share. Many people use Audacity for podcasts or music mixing, but that’s not all it’s good for.

Angela Randall September 7, 2012 07-09-2012
10 Creative Uses For Audacity That You Probably Haven’t Thought Of
Fed Up With Skype? Here Are 6 Of The Best Free Alternatives

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Fed Up With Skype? Here Are 6 Of The Best Free Alternatives

Five years ago, if you would’ve asked me for recommendations on a VoIP (Voice over Internet Protocol) program, there was only one program available: Skype. If for whatever reason you no longer want to use Skype, then rest assured in knowing that there are plenty of alternative programs out there. They may not be as polished or prevalent as Skype, but they certainly get the job done. And best of all, every program on this list is absolutely free!

Joel Lee September 7, 2012 07-09-2012
Fed Up With Skype? Here Are 6 Of The Best Free Alternatives
VoiceMac: Send And Receive Texts From Your Mac Using Google Voice

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VoiceMac: Send And Receive Texts From Your Mac Using Google Voice

Use Google Voice’s SMS functionality like it’s a chat program on your Mac. VoiceMac is a free Mac desktop client for Google’s free, USA-only phone service, and it offers you the SMS interface you’ve been looking for. There’s an official Google Voice app for iPhone and another for Android, but so far Google hasn’t released an official desktop app for Mac, Windows or Linux computers.

Justin Pot September 5, 2012 05-09-2012
VoiceMac: Send And Receive Texts From Your Mac Using Google Voice
Paragon NTFS For Mac OS X Review

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Paragon NTFS For Mac OS X Review

One of the drawbacks when switching from Windows to Mac is the lack of native NTFS support. You can read from NTFS volumes with no problems, but writing is another story. Luckily software like Paragon NTFS for Mac OS X exists to restore the missing link and make your NTFS volumes useful again. The software costs $19.95, has already been updated with full support for Mountain Lion (OS X 10.8).

Tim Brookes September 4, 2012 04-09-2012
Paragon NTFS For Mac OS X Review
Notee Helps You Keep Your Schedule Synchronized To Desktop Or Web [Windows / Mac OS X]

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Notee Helps You Keep Your Schedule Synchronized To Desktop Or Web [Windows / Mac OS X]

Another area where Evernote isn’t as effective is if you’re looking to keep a schedule. Natively, Evernote doesn’t support any calendar integration or agenda features, so I’d recommend other software. The tool that I’m going to show you today, Notee, can’t be put on the same elite pedestal as Evernote but it manages to pick up where Evernote falls a little short.

Craig Snyder September 2, 2012 02-09-2012
Notee Helps You Keep Your Schedule Synchronized To Desktop Or Web [Windows / Mac OS X]
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