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Mozy – Online Backup. Great, Except For Restoring iPhoto & Aperture 3

May 25, 2010
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Dear Mozy, First let me say how thrilled I was when I first learned about you and your online backup services, I especially liked the part where I could get 2GB free and expand it with 0.5GB for each friend I referred – a great way to start out with your service. I also liked […]

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Steam for Mac is Here & Comes With Free “Portal” Game

May 18, 2010
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Steam for Mac has arrived – but you probably already know that, it’s been all over the Internet for the past few days. If you don’t know what Steam is, it’s kinda like an “App Store” for games, but on your computer. Previously it has only been available for Windows computers, but now also Mac […]

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IT Pros: Total Cost of Ownership on Macs Lower Than PCs

March 16, 2010
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The Enterprise Desktop Alliance recently surveyed 260 IT administrators in the United States to learn which computer environment they believe is the cheapest to manage, when it comes to Macintosh vs PC. Their results showed that Mac’s cost less to manage than PC’s, according to 65% of the IT admins, with 19% of them saying […]

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How To: iCal Birthday Reminders With Alarm (iCalBirthdays 2.0)

March 12, 2010
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Here’s a quick and really neat trick for Mac users who would like to have birthdays listed in iCal. As default, your Mac will easily display birthdays in iCal, based on dates from your Addressbook, but it can’t give you an alarm and there’s no way to modify the events to do so. So, somebody […]

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Winmail.dat Fix: Letter Opener 3 For Apple Mail & Snow Leopard Released

September 8, 2009
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One thing that Mac users most likely will encounter sooner or later in their Mac career, is receiving an e-mail from somebody with a file called “winmail.dat”. If you’re not at all tech savvy you might not even pay attention to the file or you may just wonder what it is – a virus perhaps? […]

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PTHPasteboard Alternatives For Snow Leopard: Clipboard Evolved & Jumpcut

September 7, 2009
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I’ve been using PTHPasteboard as my clipboard manager in Leopard for quite some time. I never really liked it, it didn’t feel “Mac like”. It was a combination of it’s visual appearance when you needed to retrieve something from your clipboard and also the settings – it just didn’t feel Mac’ish, you know? But I […]

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Glossy MacBook Pro Screen Is Not All Bad – On The Contrary…

August 31, 2009
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Who ever said that glossy screens sucked because of their reflection, clearly never had to watch Manchester United vs Arsenal on a TV located behind them… Once you try a glossy screen you’ll instantly notice that something is different, if it’s not the reflection from a light or something, it’s the increased contrast due to […]

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Apple Just Released Mac OS X 10.5.8 Update

August 6, 2009

Apple just released software update 10.5.8 for Mac OS X Leopard. This update upgrades Safari to version 4.0.2 as well as accuracy of full history search in Safari 4. Also some minor improvements and fixes within Bluetooth, iCal, MobileMe Sync, CalDav, AirPort networks. You can read all the details about the 10.5.8 update at Apples […]

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