Learn how you can easily download and install the newest version of Windows 8 on your Mac with the help of Boot Camp.
You can replace the green screen background in your screencast videos and presentations using the Chroma Key effect now available inside Camtasia for Mac.
A new OReilly ebook discusses tips and tricks to help you create eBooks for the iPad using the free iBooks Author app for Mac.
Emptying the trash is not enough. Learn how you can permanently erase the deleted files from your Mac hard disk.
Do you want to use your Macbook at office which is a Windows only network and one that uses Microsoft Exchange server for email and calendar? This detailed guide has everything you need to use a Mac in a corporate environment. You can can mount network drives, connect to shared printers, share file folders and more.
Learn how to print files from a mobile phone or a remote computer to any printer that’s connected to a Mac computer.
A visual timeline of the very successful Apple Mac series from the Power Mac to iMac to Macbook Air.
The WWF format is a PDF file that cannot be printed out. Save your documents as WWF and avoid unnecessary printing.
The SnagIt screen capture program is now available on Mac as well. Participate here and you may get a free licensed copy of SnagIt for Mac and Windows.
A free online services that lets you access your computer files, music and videos on your iPad or iPhone without uploading them anywhere.
SnagIt, which is the best screen capture software for Windows, is now available as a free download for Mac as well.
Google Chrome for Mac requires Mac OS X while the Linux version of Chrome supports Debian, Ubuntu, Fedora and openSUSE Linux.
Screencasting Software for Mac include ScreenFlow, iShowU and Camtasia Studio. Which is the perfect screencasting tool to record movies of your Mac desktop?
Want to turn websites into desktop widgets (or gadgets)? Read this article as it describes how you can put you favorite web pages on the desktop with a free utility available for Mac and Windows.
This article describes how you can remotely control your iMac or Macbook from any other computer or even your mobile phone. You can shutdown the Mac, send desktop screenshots over the web or takes pictures with the iSight webcam.
Ellie Rountree of Rocketboom shares some of her favorite Mac utilities to help you download HD videos, set your iTunes music as an alarm clock or turn off the screen-saver while watching videos on the computer.
This article describes how you can open and read Outlook .msg email files on your Mac using a free utility. The same app can be used for viewing MSG files created in Outlook Express.
CrossLoop, a free application for screen sharing and remote desktop access, is now available for Mac OS X as well in addition to Windows.
QuickTime X Media Player can be used as a screencasting software to help you capture and record video of your desktop screen into a Quicktime movie or you may upload the video to YouTube directly from QuickTime.
If you looking to create high resolution posters and picture collages for printing or sharing via email, try Shape Collage – it’s the best picture collage making software for Windows, Mac and Linux.