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If you recently made the switch to Mac from a Windows computer, you might be a little “lost” regarding what software is supposed to replace your old setup, or what apps are particularly worthwhile to own on the Mac platform. One of the great things about having a Macintosh is the amazing range of beautiful apps available, many of which have the potential to add a great deal to your computing experience. Today, we’re taking a look at some of the apps that we find vital and very useful, as well as software that makes using a Mac much easier than Windows! Wine Bottler / Parallels Once you make the switch from Windows, you might miss some software that you used to have there.
March 14 '13 - 2:06 pm Week or so ago this site got some hits from a post at Reddit which served to remind me that “Uh, this site’s been around for thirteen years.” One of the comments reported that “I used a file renamer script that renames files based on the tracks metadata. It changed all my .m4a tracks to .mp3 and broke a lot of my library even though I told it to not replace file extensions.” Sorry about that. The original version of File Renamer (which was written by a fellow named Tino Heth) was posted in January 2002 and it hasn’t been updated since.