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Revamped SoundSource 3.0.0 brings quick audio source & output switching back to Mac after 5-year hiatus

A pair of old OS X audio routing applications have regenerated, and have merged to form the new SoundSource 3.0.0 by Rogue Amoeba -- and AppleInsider takes a look at the offering.

7 Wonders Your Mac’s Option Key Could Perform

Apple always surprises us by rolling out some game changers as far as gadgets go. When OS X released, the sale of Mac increased drastically. Although it was quite tough to compete at that time, as we were already so familiar of working on the Windows environment. Show More Summary

What is Amazon Chime?

Amazon Chime is a new communication service by Amazon that supports video conferencing, calls, chat, and the sharing of content. The product is available for devices running Windows and Mac OS X, and for the mobile operating systems Android and iOS, and as an online version that you can use device-independent. Show More Summary

What happens when you dump the App Store?

In what amounts to one of the purest and most interesting experiments in assessing value of Mac OS’s App Store the founder of Rogue Amoeba posted a description of what happened when he pulled his app Piezo. The result? More revenue as a whole without much damage to sales. Show More Summary

Vivaldi 1.7: screenshots and usability improvements

Vivaldi 1.7 Stable has just been released by the makers of the web browser for the supported operating systems Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. The new version of the Vivaldi browser introduces several new features and usability improvements to the browser. Show More Summary

Yooka-Laylee has gone gold, will release on April 11

Yooka-Laylee developer Playtonic Games announced that the 3D platformer has gone gold. The game will release on April 11 for Switch, Xbox One, PS4, Windows, Linux, and Mac OS. "We couldn't have reached this moment without the incredible...Show More Summary

Wine 2.0 is now available

3 weeks agoTechnology :

Wine 2.0 is the most recent version of the popular compatibility layer for operating systems such as Mac OS X, BSD, and for Linux. What it allows you to do is run -- some -- Windows programs on those devices. This is excellent for users who switched from using Windows on their machines to Linux […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

The Complete Guide to Installing Windows 10 on Mac

Although at this time there is pretty much no difference in the various operating systems, and you can run your digital life in any OS that you choose, there are times when as a Mac user you might need to run certain Windows apps. Obviously...Show More Summary

'Fruitfly' malware patched by Apple relies on 'ancient' Mac system calls

Newly-patched Mac malware relies on some antiquated code predating the OS X era, but has been used in some previous real-world attacks on biomedical research groups, according to a prominent security software maker.

Pull Up the Get Info Box on a Spotlight Result in macOS With a Keyboard Shortcut

Spotlight is a great way to search for just about anything on your Mac, but it’s usually a couple more clicks to get to the Get Info panel if you need it. OS X Daily points out you can get there quickly with a keyboard shortcut. Read more...

Apple issues security update for OS X El Capitan 10.11.6

Apple has issued a security update to OS X 10.11.6 to fix a kernel issue. Apple has released a supplemental security update for OS X El Capitan. Security Update 2016-003 can be found by heading to the Updates tab in the Mac App Store...Show More Summary

Apple fixes El Capitan kernel issue in supplemental security update

Apple on Tuesday issued a supplemental security update for OS X 10.11.6, fixing a kernel issue for El Capitan users that causes affected Macs to 'occasionally become unresponsive.'

Apple releases OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan supplemental security update for kernel issue

Apple has released a supplemental security update to OS X El Capitan, the version prior to macOS Sierra. The update weighs in at 623.9MB and can be found in the Mac App Store on compatible machines. more… Filed under: Apple

OS X EL Capitan gets a supplemental security update

last monthTechnology / Apple : Macworld

Still using OS X El Capitan on your Mac? If so, then you should know that Apple has released a supplemental security update for your Mac. According to Apple, the update “fixes a kernel issue that may cause your Mac to occasionally become unresponsive.” The update originally was released in December 2016, but on Tuesday it was reissued. Show More Summary

Using San Francisco font in Swing applications on a Mac

Starting from OS X El Capitan (10.11), there’s a new default system font in town – San Francisco. And it came with a very big underlying change, as detailed by Craig Hockenberry: Apple has started abstracting the idea of a system font: it doesn’t have a publicly exposed name. They’ve also stated that any private […]

How To Save an Old Laptop By Installing This Free OS

last monthTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The new and improved default OS for the Raspberry Pi isn’t just for hobbyist computer boards any longer. Thanks to an experimental version of the Linux-based software for PCs and Macs, you can use it to reinvigorate an old laptop and get a few more years out of an aging machine. Read more...

Font management best practices for macOS

Extensis has released their annual Font Management Best Practices guide for macOS. I grab the PDF every year, if for no other reason than they always provide a list of required fonts for the current Mac OS version. This allows me toShow More Summary

Today in Apple history: Apple licenses Mac OS to Radius

2 months agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

January 4, 1995: Apple signs a deal with third-party Mac accessory maker Radius, allowing it to build Macintosh clones. Radius is the second company to license the Macintosh operating system after Power Computing did the same thing one month earlier. Show More Summary

Wesley Moore’s Search for an Alternative to MacOS

Wesley Moore: I deeply value the consistency, versatility, reliability and integration of Mac OS X and the excellent quality hardware it runs on. However the current state of the Mac has me considering whether it’s still the right platform...Show More Summary

How to back up your Mac with Time Machine

Time Machine is the Mac's built-in backup software. The feature was introduced with OS X 10.5 Leopard, and it's been there ever since. If you've never used it, Time Machine is one of the easiest ways to back up your Mac, and is great...Show More Summary

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