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.
Want a free and reliable email service to run your custom domain name? Gmail no longer has a free edition so the only choice left is Hotmail, aka Outlook.com. So here’s a step-by-step tutorial how to do it! Don’t worry, it’s really easy to get it setup.
Have a MacBook Pro and need a USB hub? I highly recommend that you check out this article and see what I’ve found to be the perfect USB hub for the MacBook Pro.
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.
Looking for the perfect bag thats aesthetically pleasing and yet allow you to be well-organised inside the bag? Sorry. That bag just does not exist! Oh wait, this is where the Cocoon GRID-IT™Organizer comes to save the day, or your favourite bag for that matter. Check out how great the Cocoon GRID-IT™Organizer is in getting you organised!
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.
If you find yourself wanting upgrade your Mac’s Bluetooth 2.1 support with a USB dongle that supports Bluetooth 4.0, here’s a tip for you to get it working with those cheap but unsupported Bluetooth 4.0 USB dongles you can find posted on eBay.
Safari 5.2 is already seeded to Safari developers. Question is can you get it as well, and if you could, is it stable enough to run it on your primary PC? Well, read on to see how I’ve found Safari 5.2 a much welcomed update on my OS X Lion system!
SSD is very expensive in terms of it’s real estate and you simply do not want to put just about any junk you have that’s not worth it’s space there. Therefore, you would want to make sure if it’s really worth plunking the tens of GBs worth of VM image onto your precious SSD storage. So, should you or should you not? Is there significant performance improvements that warrant the large chunk of the SSD dedicated to the VM image? Read on to find out!
Beware of a scam that’s targeting Wordpress blogs. Banner ad placement for Lacoste on your site? That should ring all the alarms!!! And see what else I’ve discovered!