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Apple fixes that Multiple Screen Problem

OSX 10.9 has a lot of tuning up under the hood. But it went beyond a tune up and made the sincere effort to...

Broadband Optimizer speeds up the Internet to your Mac

Broadband Optimizer is a tool to make your Cable or DSL Internet connection faster - if you have a Mac. /READ MORE// 5 Tips To Speed...

Apple Maps Coming to your Desktop

Apple Maps is actually coming to your home computer.  OS X Mavericks, unveiled at WWDC 2013, included a desktop client for its (troubled, but...

Apple Brings Siri, Apple Pay to the Desktop With macOS Sierra

As expected, Apple officially unveiled the successor to OS X today at WWDC in San Francisco, introducing the rebranded — and aptly named — macOS. Launching...

OS X Mavericks has Huge Improvement for CPU Usage

OS X Mavericks was more of an Under the Hood tune up than an iOS overhaul.  While Apple has promised more power and better...

iPhoto for Mac updates to version 9.6.1

iPhoto for Mac is all about letting you do more than you thought you could with your family photos.  You can easily find, sort,...

OS X Updates to 10.6.7

Apple has just pushed out a new-fangled update for OS X, bringing SMB server reliability, BackToMyMac reliability and Mac App Store fixes.  It's a...

What is Quicksilver and What Does it Do?

Quicksilver is a free task launcher for OS X and it makes your workflow easier, faster and more human. /READ MORE// What is IFTTT and How...

Apple Remote Desktop Client Updates to 3.9.3

Apple has released an update to it's Remote Desktop Client software.  The new update address several issues, including compatibility with Mac OS High Sierra. /READ...

Safari 10 Now Available for OS X Users

Apple released macOS Sierra, and updated its in-house browser Safari to version 10 alongside it.  If, however, you are a mac user running the...

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