Mac OS X

  • The Quick and Clean OS X Lion Review

    The latest iteration of the Mac operating system has been released - or perhaps that's no longer correct, as Apple has dropped "Mac" from the official name. Let's have a look at what this new rendition brings to the table.
    By M.S. Smith July 30, 2011 

  • Leopards and Lions: What's Right for Your Hardware

    Apple's newest version of OS X, Lion, has just been released. Should you jump on the ship and upgrade your machine? Here are a few things to consider before spending your money on the upgrade.
    By Donny Yankellow July 24, 2011 

  • How to Find and Delete Duplicate Files in Mac OS X

    As you use your Mac more and more, you might notice that there various files become duplicated. These might be email attachments that you have saved, movie clips or something else entirely, but eventually they can cause your Mac to slow down - which is...
    By Christian Cawley July 15, 2011 


  • Resolving the Fatal Signal Error on Mac OS X

    Older G5 Apple Mac computers are prone to a couple of faults that have been exorcised from later models, but fortunately many of them have workarounds, including the rather severe-sounding "fatal signal" error.
    By Christian Cawley July 15, 2011 

  • The Best Mac Apps for Archiving Emails

    If your inbox is overflowing with messages, then the chances are good that you need some help. These handy apps are all you need to help restore some order to one of the most important apps on your Mac, and may just save you from insanity!
    By Jonathan Wylie July 6, 2011 

  • King of the Jungle Comes to Mac

    Does Mac OS X Lion promise the features of a powerful beast? Or is it more like a lazy jerk that sleeps 18 hours a day while his girlfriend does all the hunting?
    By Michael Dougherty June 30, 2011 


  • Give Your Mac a Dual Boot: Running More Than One Operating System

    Increase your computing flexibility with software options that let you load a Windows or Linux installation alongside OS X.
    By Michael Dougherty June 29, 2011 

  • Create a Disc Image in Mac OS X!

    Burning discs is a great way to store data or share videos with friends. Creating a disc image is a useful way of preparing data to be burned to DVD and in Mac OS X there are a couple of different ways to do this.
    By Christian Cawley June 27, 2011 

  • File Shredding, Mac OS X and You

    In this day and age it is important that you do all that you can to protect your privacy while using any form of digital media. Lets take a look at three free software options that will help you shred your files and keep your personal information away...
    By Michael Dougherty June 25, 2011 

  • Creating a Back-Up OS X Install Disk - Windows Edition

    A lot of people lose things- it's just human nature- but what if you lose something really important like an OS X install disk? Before that happens, you may want to create a usable replacement. Here's how...
    By Austin June 25, 2011 
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