Mac OS X

  • Mirroring Drives and Using RAID1 - A Beginner's Guide

    If you've never explored the use of mirroring your hard drives, you may want to consider it. It allows you to recover all your files in just a few seconds after a system failure, even if your main hard drive is completely useless.
    By Austin June 22, 2011 

  • A Comprehensive Guide to AVG LinkScanner for Mac

    Which the recent emergence of harmful malware applications for the Mac OS X operating system, the overall security reputation of the platform has taken a dent. Perhaps this is a good time to seek some protection, which AVG LinkScanner can provide for...
    By Daniel Kolobaric June 5, 2011 

  • Explaining the Proper Usage of the Mac OS X Install Disc

    If you are confused about which OS X install disc works with which computer, this article is for you. Finally you will find out how the 'system' works and what you can do with your copy of Mac OS X.
    By Daniel Kolobaric May 30, 2011 

  • What is the Best IM Client for Mac OS X?

    if you're looking for the best instant messaging client for Mac OS X, one that offers functions and features in a polished interface and integration with various networks, then don't rely on Windows Live Messenger or Yahoo!. Instead, check...
    By Christian Cawley May 28, 2011 

  • Cleaning Up Your Cluttered Desktop

    Look at your desktop. It's a bit cluttered, isn't it? Here are three great applications that can be used to hide, organize, and help that chaotic mess you call a desktop.
    By Austin May 27, 2011 

  • Staying Safe: A Guide to Free Spyware Monitors for Mac

    The Internet can be a dangerous place for your computer, but in that danger also is a series of applications to protect you from those dangers. Here are the best (and only) free apps you can use to protect yourself from spyware, malware, and viruses...
    By Austin May 27, 2011 

  • Top Mac Repair Tools

    If you own a Mac, it’s good to know all the tools that you can use when the time comes for a repair job. Here is a list of some great tools for diagnosis, troubleshooting, and fixing a Mac.
    By Marziyya S Malik May 27, 2011 

  • What Are the Advantages and Disadvantages of Mac OS?

    Every operating system (OS) has its good and bad points, and Mac OS X is no different. I'm going to list and clearly describe what the major advantages and disadvantages of Mac OS are. These include security (an advantage), and gaming...
    By Amy Carson May 24, 2011 

  • 5 Essential Apps for Mac OS X That Won't Break the Bank

    There is a massive market of free applications that can make your computing experience an enjoyable one, from apps built strictly for work, to those that are more centered around just having fun. Here are five free Mac OS X programs that you can't...
    By Austin May 24, 2011 

  • How to Change or Restore the Mac Snow Leopard Default Hard Drive Icon

    Learn how to change the icons in Mac OS X Snow Leopard not only for the hard drive and other volumes, but for files and folders, too.
    By ktolliver May 23, 2011 
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