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A few years back you dropped significant cash to switch over from the virus-laden world of Windows to a shiny new Mac, but over time it's gotten slow and crufty. Let's clean it up. Before you get started uninstalling this and deleting that, do yourself a favor: hook up an external drive to your Mac and back everything up with Time Machine or any other free alternative .
version 1.1.2a | download Description teleport lets you use a single mouse and keyboard to control several Macs. Simply reach an edge of your screen, and your mouse teleports to your nearby Mac, which also becomes controlled by your keyboard. The pasteboard can be synchronized, and you can even drag & drop files between your Macs. Version 1.1.2 only works on Mountain Lion, Lion and possibly SnowLeopard.
Description Rulers is an app that lets you measure, align and inspect everything on your monitor(s). Rulers allows you to create as many rulers as you want on the entire screen area like most common graphic editors allow on their working areas only. The guide lines enable you to measure and position objects with precision.
About Emailchemy Convert : Emailchemy converts email from the closed, proprietary file formats of the most popular (and many of yesterday's forgotten) email applications to standard, portable formats that any application can use. These standard formats are ideal for long term archival, database entry, or forensic analysis and eDiscovery. Migrate : Emailchemy includes an embedded IMAP mail server from which any IMAP-compatible email application can import your converted email.
Other than checking the system requirements, I ignored the initial release of Front Row . That’s unusual for me. I usually pay attention when Apple releases a new piece of software. For better or worse, most of the time its software seems to work the way my brain does. This time, however, I didn’t start downloading immediately.
Posted 07/16/2008 at 9:59am | by Johnathon Williams Would it surprise you to learn that the coolest Mac software out there wasn’t created by Adobe, Microsoft, or even Apple? We expose the most useful but least-well-known apps you should be running on your Mac to get more done, have more fun, and make more of the time you spend in front of the computer. When it comes to software, using a Mac is an exercise in irony. On the one hand, Apple famously includes 90 percent of the software most users need right out of the box. On the flip side, no other platform enjoys such a thriving, clever community of third-party software developers.
Posted 07/14/2009 at 5:08pm | by Arvind Srinivasan If you're thinking to yourself, "Wait, it's not April." Don't worry, we know exactly what we're doing here.