Software Reviews

  • Best Pro Outliners for Macs

    When I first started writing novels, I used the old-fashioned pen and paper to craft my outlines and plot ideas. That worked fine until I had to make changes. Rewriting my outlines turned out to be such a chore that I started looking for a professional...
    By DeborahWoehr June 1, 2011 

  • Conditions for Microsoft Office: Mac Licensing for Students and Educators

    You can buy student and academic versions of Microsoft’s Office suite for reduced pricing, but you have to meet certain eligibility requirements. Here we take a look at how to take advantage of this special pricing...
    By ktolliver May 31, 2011 

  • Playing DVDs on Your Mac

    Many computers these days come with built in DVD players that allow for instantaneous viewing of your physical DVD discs. But what about DVD files and other viewing methods? Here are all the ways your Mac can help you play both kinds of movies.
    By Austin May 31, 2011 

  • Free Software You Should Install on Your Mac

    Whether you're just starting out with OS X or you've been having a bite of the Apple for some years, there are several free apps that you just shouldn't miss. Our top ten list of unmissable free Mac OS X apps will give you the full details...
    By Christian Cawley May 31, 2011 

  • Don't Forget! Mac Sticky Note Apps

    If you're a forgetful person, the app store for Mac is probably your new best friend. There are helpful sticky note apps all over the place that allow you to post reminders for yourself, leave messages for others, and much more. Here are your top...
    By Austin May 31, 2011 

  • A Simple Guide to Installing Windows in Parallels 6

    So you want to run Windows on your Mac but do not fancy the boot camp method. Read on to find out how to probably install Windows using the latest version of Parallels for Mac. Discover how easy it is to install and to tweak the settings.
    By Daniel Kolobaric May 30, 2011 

  • Lock Letterheads in Microsoft Word: Mac 2011

    If you're looking for a way to lock the letterhead template in Word on Mac OS X, the following steps will explain why you might do this and how!
    By Christian Cawley May 28, 2011 

  • Review of Word for Mac 2011

    Word for Mac 2011 is the latest version of Microsoft Word for Apples' OS X. For years, Word for Mac has not come close to its Windows counterpart. Find out what the latest version brings, if it has improved and if it finally compares to the Windows...
    By Daniel Kolobaric May 26, 2011 

  • Review of Outlook for Mac 2011

    Office for Mac 2011 has brought many new features to the table but Outlook for Mac 2011 is an entirely new application by itself. Read on to find out whether or not Outlook on Mac is a worthy equivalent to Outlook on Windows and how it adds up to what...
    By Daniel Kolobaric May 25, 2011 

  • Review of Excel for Mac 2011

    Excel for Mac 2011 is the latest in a line of Excel products for Mac. Microsoft has perviously tried to do something unique with the Mac version but it never really resembled its counterpart on Windows. With Excel 2011, everything changes, but is it for...
    By Daniel Kolobaric May 24, 2011 
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