Tag: Mac

  • Review: Disk Drill Pro for Mac

    If you have a computer, you should also have a backup plan in place. Some people have a local backup, others have an offsite backup service, and others might have both or more. If you are on a Mac you might be using Time Machine as part of your backup plan. However, most backup plans, […]

  • What’s new in Evernote 5 for Mac

    What’s new in Evernote 5 for Mac

    Evernote for Mac recently received a new look and user-friendly interface in its latest update. The left panel has been updated with new options, including Shortcuts for quick access to favorite notes, notebooks, tags, and saved searches.The sidebar also includes a list of recent notes, and views of your notebooks and tags. The Notes, Notebooks, Tags, and […]

  • Stay connected with shared iCloud calendars

    Keeping track of family members’ busy schedules can always be a challenge, but it can be easier by sharing calendars via Apple’s iCloud. Listed below are ways an iCloud-using family can stay connected. Set up an iCloud Account First make sure your device is running the latest iOS version If you did not set up […]

  • Cubby: a simple way to share files across multiple devices

    Cubby: a simple way to share files across multiple devices

    When I first heard about Cubby’s unlimited storage, my immediate reaction was “I must have it.” When I found out that “unlimited storage” meant computer-to-computer syncing I was less enthused. I forgave them, however, because I concede that offering unlimited cloud storage through a free service is foolish at best. And it wasn’t long before […]

  • The Best New Features in OS X Mountain Lion

    Apple has officially launched OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, and there are a ton of new features in this latest release, including an integrated notification center, better iCloud support, and Messages. Here’s a quick breakdown of these new features, as well as a few other notable additions. Notification Center If you use iOS 5 on your […]

  • Why I Won’t be Buying a New MacBook Pro

    I’ve never denied being a bit of an Apple fanboy, and I waited eagerly for the announcement of the new MacBook Pro range. When the announcement came yesterday and I read about my much-hoped-for retina display, it was all I could do not to reach immediately for my credit card. I’m glad I didn’t. I’ve […]

  • How to find out if your Mac is infected with malware

    How to find out if your Mac is infected with malware

    One of the favorite Mac vs. PC myths is “PCs are slow, they always crash, and get viruses!” The corollary to that would be “Macs never get viruses.” That’s getting harder to say with a straight face. In April, research firm Sophos released a study that found one in five Macs was infected with malware. […]

  • How to insert frequently written text on a Mac with TypeIt4Me

    Like many people, I find myself having to type the same bits of text many times throughout my working week. Various applications already have ways of reducing the labor involved in this. For example, email clients have auto-signatures and word processors have automatic text facilities. The Mac OS X operating system itself is strong when […]

  • What Apple could possibly announce at WWDC 2012

    Well, it’s official. Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference will be held from June 11 to 15 in San Francisco this year and it’s going to be a packed house; tickets were sold out two hours after availability when 5,000 anxious developers quickly coughed up $1,600 per ticket. WWDC is one of the company’s biggest events –if not the biggest– […]

  • 6 myths about the PC vs. Mac debate

    The PC vs. Mac wars just need to die. They’re stupid and pointless. They accomplish absolutely nothing but just more back-and-forth shouting, and the same exact arguments come up every time, making the PC vs. Mac flamewar one giant cliche. Here are six arguments that come up in every PC vs. Mac debate that are complete […]