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Boot Camp Files Hint at New Mac Pro and iMac Models

August 10, 2012 | Hidden files in the Mountain Lion version of Boot Camp appear to confirm the next generation of both the Mac Pro and iMac, according to information dug up byAppleInsider. Within a Boot Camp configuration file lies information that tells the software what models of Mac can boot Windows from a USB-drive, a task that only Macs of a more recent vintage can accomplish. The file includes mention of the existing Mac Mini and MacBook Air, but also mentions iMac 13,0 and MacPro 6,0 models -- machines Read more [...]

How to Check for Updates in Mac OS X

August 9, 2012 | Apple often releases updates, both major and minor, for their Mac OS X operating system. These updates are always worth downloading as they can add new features to your computer as well as fix any problems that have cropped up with various programs and even with the operating system itself. If you want to check to make sure you have your computer as up-to-date as it can possibly be, you can do so by following just a few basic steps. So long as your computer has an active Internet connection you can Read more [...]

WWDC 2012 Recap

June 12, 2012 | 4 WWDC 2012 The event has finally begun at the WWDC and Apple has announced plenty of products and improvements that are scheduled to be released over the next several months. Held annually, the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference or WWDC 2012 is the primary showcase for new Apple products for their MacBook, OS X and iOS line that are to be rolled out over the rest of the year. For MacBooks, the emphasis is on the new Retina displays that promise more sharpness and display support for their Read more [...]

WWDC 2012 Full Coverage

June 12, 2012 | 3 The WWDC has come and gone as of today. For the last several weeks, people and websites alike have thrown around endless rumors as to what Apple would announce as part of their keynote speech. While several people waited in bated breath for Tim Cook, CEO of Apple to announce a new iPhone, it was highly speculated that it wouldn’t happen, and it surely didn’t. However, Apple was loaded with exciting new announcements for everything outside of the iPhone, and they definitely didn’t disappoint Read more [...]

Mountain Lion OS 10.8 Roars to Life

June 8, 2012 | 3 Mountain Lion OS 10.8 Roars to Life Apple shuffles the deck again with its newest operating system, Mountain Lion 10.8. Unlike the subtle changes we’ve seen between several systems, this one promises to make some massive and noticeable upheavals, particularly for users with iPads or iPhones. OS 10.8 promises to streamline relationships between the computer and devices, offering many changes iOS users will recognize and adore. All in all, we’re talking a pretty serious evolution. iCloud Read more [...]

8 Amazing Productivity Apps Just $39.99

June 6, 2012 | 4 Following a wide success of previous Productive Macs bundles, Apparent Software is launching a third Productive Macs bundle, starting on June 4th and running until June 18th. Unlike most Mac bundles that lack focus, Productive Macs is focused on productivity. We have hand-picked 8 premium productivity applications and bundled them together, available just for $39.99 - at an 86% discount from their original price! The applications in Productive Macs bundle will help Mac users to greatly Read more [...]

Mac App Store Sandboxing – Protect You by Isolating The Risky Apps

June 5, 2012 | 1 If you are not a developer, chances are that you wouldn’t even know about Sandboxing. At the same time, if you happen to be a developer, even you could be unaware of how to deal with the issue of sandboxing. For those who don’t have any idea about what I’m talking, and then let me share a piece of news with you. Apple has enforced sandboxing requirements on all the new apps that would be submitted to the Mac app store, starting from June 1, 2012. For a start, I want to make it clear that Read more [...]

MacPaw Drops Mac App Store Apps Prices to $6.99!

May 24, 2012 | MacPaw today dropped the prices of there Mac App Store Apps to just $6.99 each! Do yourself a favor and grab them while you can at this great price!   Gemini: The Duplicate Finder ★★★ LIMITED TIME OFFER: 30% DISCOUNT! ★★★ (Regular price $9.99) Gemini will quickly find and help you remove duplicates from your Mac. Make this routine task easy and fun with Gemini! “A beautiful way to find and eliminate duplicate files on your Mac. 9/10” Mac.AppStorm “Gemini's Read more [...]

CleanMyDrive from MacPaw Released Today!

May 23, 2012 | 2 New software from MacPaw today CleanMyDrive and free for a limited time! Maintain your removable drives as easy as never before with CleanMyDrive! CleanMyDrive cleans up needless service junk generated by Windows or Mac OS (DS_Store, Thumbs.db, Spotlight, hidden trashes and so on). It also helps you to manage your external drives. Main features: ★ Clean up drives from junk manually or automatically ★ Eject all external drives with one click ★ Access and eject your drives right from Read more [...]

Today Only Dropzone is $2

May 22, 2012 | 2 Today only, Dropzone is $2 *********************** Two Dollar Tuesday SALE $1.99 for Tuesday ONLY This is a one time only opportunity to get Dropzone at over 85% discount! *********************** Dropzone makes it faster and easier to get things done on your Mac. Drag a file onto the Dropzone menu item and your fully customizable grid of destinations flies smoothly out using core animation. Drop the file onto a destination and Dropzone will take care of the rest. Whether you’re Read more [...]