Ever wonder what your voice sounds like recorded or wanted to try your hand at creating that hit song that’s been floating around your head? Garageband for Mac OS X now gives you a quick and easy method of recording audio in the luxury of your own home.
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One of the best features of the iPhone and iPod Touch is the “everything you need” aspect of the Home screen. These three tips, creating buttons, organizing them in panes, and creating folders, will serve you well in optimizing your Home screen.
Apple has included some free, hidden screen savers that are actually included with OS X but don’t show up in the normal Desktop & Screen Saver system preference. Here’s how to find and install them.
TextExpander 2.2 from SmileOnMyMac is one of those little time-saving gems that once you use, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it.
If you want to run Windows applications on your Mac this can be done with the free Apple utility Boot Camp. Learn how to get up and running with Boot Camp so you can easily run Windows on your Mac.
Do you access the programs on your Mac by placing your Applications folder on the Dock? If so, you’ll find the free AppMenuBoy application from Google to be a small but handy improvement on this process.
Learn how to make custom ringtones for your iPhone using popular software or with a completely free method that only requires iTunes. We’ll show you how to take the music you already own and turn it into iPhone ringtones.
With Mac OS X Leopard, Apple has once again demonstrated their marketing mojo, hyping features like Leopard’s added Unix CDE-like functionality and Vista functionality, but behind the hype, there’s little ‘Apple’ innovation in the latest Mac OS.