OS X Yosemite introduced some nice new features to Finder (finally) but is it enough for the power user that you are? Well, find out why I think Path Finder 7 is still the better file manager and would highly recommend you check it out.
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Almost like clockwork, Parallels released yet another new version of their popular product, Parallels Desktop for Mac, a year after version 8 was released. In this article, I explore the new features in Parallels Desktop 9 for Mac and see how useful they are in reality. And if you are already an existing Parallels Desktop for Mac user, is it worth paying for the upgrade to version 9.
The default OS X Finder does its job ok. As long as all you need is simple file management capabilities, then it provides you with everything you need. But if you find yourself using Finder on a daily basis and most of your time at work, then perhaps you should take a look at Path Finder.
If you use both Mac and Windows, deciding on which file system to format your portable hard disk can sometimes be tricky. By default, the Mac can only read NTFS disks and Windows obviously could not even load an HFS+ formatted disk. Well, what if you didn’t need to choose and can use both HFS+ and NTFS on either your Mac and Windows machines! Wouldn’t that be awesome? Here’s how you can do exactly that.
Just switched over from Windows to the Mac OS X platform? Welcome on-board the best operating system in the world! But it can definitely be much better too! Here’s a quick guide of what I’d consider as essential softwares to have on your brand new Mac.
With the recent release of both Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac and VMware Fusion 5, it’s time again to compare the two popular virtualization solutions for Mac and see which suits you better and if an upgrade from the previous versions worth considering.