I couldn’t resist sharing this. I want to bring it to your attention that www.MacUpdate.com IS a tremendous resource.
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.
Finally there is a piece of software that appears for the MacOS first. WebCrusher is designed to optimize load times for your webpages and you may find that many of the features would directly relate to your websites also.
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 […]
As you can read on John Chow’s blog — accessible from: http://www.johnchow.com/apple-macbook-pro-still-a-mac/ — the number of happy Mac-users IS increasing.
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.
Anyone that works professionally with PDF-files – whether in releasing your own e-books or when you send documents to people you don’t want to have the original word processing or spreadsheet files – will be familiar with file sizes. For download of e-books even a small decrease in file sizes can have a gigantic effect […]
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/
All who know me are familiar with my being honest at all times. Some may have thought my enthusiasm about Macs is one-sided. Nothing could be further from the truth, because THIS will be the first negative about something already installed in the MacOS X Operating System, but also an immediate solution to the problem.
Read the fine review PC Magazine has written on the Apple OS X 10.5 (Leopard) here: http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2704,2207556,00.asp