Software Reviews

  • Viewing only one Worksheet in Excel: Mac 2008 and 2011

    Do you find it easier to concentrate on an Excel workbook when you see only one worksheet at time? Here are a couple of ways to customize your workspace in Excel: Mac 2008 and 2011 to see only one page.
    By ktolliver July 1, 2011 

  • For the Mac Musician: Two Hard Drives That Will Have You Set For Life

    If you use Pro Tools on your Mac, you've probably noticed that your song files become massive very quickly, and if you don't have a huge hard drive, you'll need a place for them. Answer: Better Mac pro hard drives for Pro Tools.
    By Austin June 28, 2011 

  • Path Finder Raises the Bar on What Apple's Finder Should Be

    Path Finder by Cocatech incorporates a lot of functionality that is not present in Apple's Finder. It's like the Swiss Army knife of Apple's Finder. But is it enough to ditch the Finder? Read on to find out.
    By rmervine June 28, 2011 

  • SuperDuper! Review: Create Bootable Backups for Your Mac

    SuperDuper! by Shirt Pocket Software is a great solution for creating bootable backups for the Mac.
    By Stephen Ip June 28, 2011 

  • Got Money?: Trade Online On Your Mac

    If you're looking for the best online stock trader for Mac OS X, look no further! From popular giants like E-Trade to lesser known competitors such as OptionsHouse, here are the best of the best to help you make the money you need.
    By Austin June 27, 2011 

  • Great Applications to Connect to Your PC (From a Mac)

    If you use a remote access application to access your PC, you probably thought you were out of luck if you didn't have another PC to access yours with. This isn't the case, however, because you can connect to a PC with a Mac. Here are a couple...
    By Austin June 26, 2011 

  • Format Me! Mac Hard Drives

    Eventually, you'll probably need to totally erase one of your Mac hard drives. Here's an easy, step by step guide on how to do it.
    By Austin June 20, 2011 

  • Keyloggers: The Controversy, and the Cost-Friendly Options

    Keyloggers are rapidly becoming the center of a very large controversy involving people's relationships with their loved ones. Some people say it's an invasion of privacy, some people say it has very useful elements; either way, they're...
    By Austin June 19, 2011 

  • Using Quicksilver

    Here are some skill building exercises to get you used to using Quicksilver and to see what it can really do.
    By coreymol June 13, 2011 

  • A Comprehensive Guide to Using Microsoft Access on Your Mac Pro

    Your powerful Mac Pro is capable of doing many tasks but a solution has to be found when you want to run Windows apps, such as Microsoft Access. Read on for all the options on getting Microsoft Access to run either integrated or through boot camp.
    By Daniel Kolobaric June 7, 2011 
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