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Henrik V Blunck

Why Would Google Develop Solely for Windows?

It is a very important question to consider why Google would ever develop their browser (Chrome) solely for the Windows operating system? Google seems rather supportive of open designs such as supporting also the Open Office system which is truly cross-platform. Open Office IS available for MacOS, Windows and Linux – as an example.

If Only Ritlabs Would Begin To Develop for MacOS

Version 4 of The Bat! has just surfaced. It is a purely Windows-product. Some years ago we tried to get them to develop for Linux and now we are many users who still remember the days when we were using The Bat! for our mail handling.

WebCrusher – Optimize Websites

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.

I Said So Long Ago

I have said long ago that Microsoft should focus solely on their operating system and their play console. Here’s why.

iTunes Updated

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 […]

Excellent Results for Apple

It is highly encouraging to read the financial report article you can see here: http://www.apple.com/pr/library/2008/07/21results.html because it proves that we are not the only ones to enjoy our MacBooks and iPods. Many are seeing the light coming from top-notch design, excellent battery times, good operating system and handicraft that just keeps working, working, working and […]

Mac Users Increasing

It’s no surprise to those of us who enjoy using our Macs that more people are coming over to the MacOS. What is new is that one of the bigger surveyors of internet activity has counted nearly 8% market share of Mac users on their client’s webserver traffic activity. You can read the article here: […]

Helping PC-Users While Remaining on Your Mac

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.

2009 Will Bring LED Screens to All MacBooks

It was previously only the MacBook Pro that has this type of screen but from 2009 we will begin seeing that type of screen on smaller models also. You can read about this interesting novelty here: http://www.appleinsider.com/articles/08/05/21/all_apple_macbooks_to_use_led_backlighting_by_2009.html.

Increase Sales of MacOS Software

It is quite funny to watch how some software developers have NO sense of commercial thinking whatsoever. One example: I wanted to test the ability of one software programme to convert an original DVD movie for a format that could be watched on one of our iPods. This would have been useful for travels, train […]