I couldn’t resist sharing this. I want to bring it to your attention that www.MacUpdate.com IS a tremendous resource.
Ladies and gentlemen, the best news ever is that you can now download Wolfenstein 3D for your iPhone (click the title).
XNView is a very good utility for browsing your graphic files. You can get it for free directly here: http://www.apple.com/downloads/macosx/imaging_3d/xnviewmp.html.
In a hurry, then go over to: http://handbrake.fr/?article=download. Handbrake is multi-featured and runs on all three platforms: Windows, Linux and MacOS.
Stainless is an interesting browser – though unfinished, as they also say on the front page.
If you’re hit by game nostalgia, and still had a pc running some form of DOS to run some of your old games, you might be able to trash your pc.
iTunes is truly an amazing piece of software. It keeps track of a whopping amount of podcasts, music and video here, and I am constantly amazed at how well our MacBooks are integrated with each our iPods. When my wife’s iPod is inserted no synchronizing happens – because I set it so – whereas it […]
Microsoft has released a free programme that could truly help those of us who, though we are happy Mac-users, might still have friends who use the Windows operating system. The free tool is called “Remote Desktop Connection Client for Mac” and you can download it from this location: http://www.microsoft.com/mac/downloads.mspx?pid=Mactopia_RDC&fid=803F9438-8DF3-490F-92C6-0E0F92787DB8#viewer.
NetNewsWire is a magnificent newsreader, and though I previously used Mozilla Thunderbird for RSS feeds you might want to consider NetNewsWire if you need a different graphical user interface or simply just want a bit of new look and feel.
If you have ever needed a good all-round resource URL to keep track of freeware for your Mac, one source I would recommend is: http://www.freemacware.com/