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Firefox 56: automatic 32-bit to 64-bit upgrade

Mozilla plans to upgrade Firefox 32-bit installations to the 64-bit version of the web browser when it releases Firefox 56 later this year. While stable 64-bit versions of the browser have been available for Linux and Mac OS X for a long time, the same cannot be said for the Firefox 64-bit version for Windows. Show More Summary

Super Fancy Pants Adventure

The fourth installment of Brad Borne’s Fancy Pants Adventure series is coming to Windows and Mac OS via Steam. Super Fancy Pants Adventure boasts smooth hand-drawn animation, new moves, 56 standard levels, a horde mode and more. Drops 08/2017.

Wireshark 2.4 released

Wireshark 2.4.0 is a major new version of the popular network protocol analyzer for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X devices. The application is available as a 32-bit and 64-bit installer for Windows, and as a portable version for Windwos as well. Show More Summary

Luminar Photo Editor for Windows: first look

Luminar is a popular photo editor for Apple Mac OS X devices. The company Macphun has released a beta version of Luminar for Windows that brings most features of the Mac software to Windows devices. Luminar is offered as a beta version currently. Show More Summary

Texmaker 5.0 LaTeX editor released

Texmaker 5.0, a new version of the crossplatform LaTeX editor for Windows, Mac OS X and Linux, has been released on July 17, 2017. The new version comes with a new interface, high DPI support for Texmaker on Windows and Linux, and other improvements. Show More Summary

Best Mini PCs 2017

These mini PCs run Windows or Mac OS X, but can fit in your hand. Here are top picks for family-use, gaming, business and home theater.

Photoshop Automator Actions updated for CC.2017

We recently updated our Mac OS X-based Photoshop Automator Actions to Version 5.0.8, to include support for Photoshop CC 2017. Built-in to most modern versions of Mac OS X (10.4 and later), Automator makes it simple to create sophisticated, complex automations. Show More Summary

Download every single Mac launch wallpaper dating back to 2001 in 5K

If you've got a soft spot for the old OS X wallpaper, you can get them back, and updated for 5K retina displays, to boot! Every time Apple updates its operating system, it releases a new wallpaper relating to that release. These days,...Show More Summary

This shortcut makes an emoji keyboard pop up anywhere you can type on Mac (AAPL)

It turns out that sending emoji from a Mac laptop or desktop running an up-to-date version of OS X is easy. It's not as easy as it is on a smartphone, but it's still pretty simple. Just press control + command (?) + space at the same...Show More Summary

Watch: First macOS High Sierra public beta delivers new features, enhancements

Apple recently released the first public beta of the latest Mac operating system, macOS High Sierra, giving customers the chance to preview the next-generation OS prior to its launch this fall. Like any major OS update, High Sierra focuses on resolving pain points from previous versions while adding a few new features to keep things fresh.

5 beginners tips for Windows users switching to Mac

There seems to be an unspoken rule for OS users to stay in their lane. You’re a Mac user or a PC user, full stop. So when you want to make the leap from one to the other — either because you’re switching teams or you want to try both — there can be a bit of a learning curve. Show More Summary

How To Disable OS X Beta Program In Mac

Apple lets every OS X user enroll to its beta program if their machine qualifies the parameters set by the tech giant. Beta software, including previews and seeds, refers to a pre-release version of software that is not public and is still under development. Show More Summary

QuiteRSS Feed Reader gets first update in over a year

QuiteRSS, a desktop feed reader that is available for Windows and Mac OS X, has received an update that brings the version to 0.18.5. The release is the first update for the RSS feed reader in over a year -- actually in more than 15 months -- and a proof of life at the same […] Ghacks needs you. Show More Summary

Classic Mac OS Software Lives On at the Internet Archive

There are already a number of classic operating systems you can access via a web browser. The Internet Archive is responsible for many of those, and now their new collection of classic Mac software should help to scratch your nostalgia itch. Show More Summary

Ransomware-as-a-service schemes are now targeting Macs too

MacRansom is the first known instance of ransomware-as-a-service targeting OS X.

Watch ‘The Talk Show: Live From WWDC 2017’

Recorded in front of a live audience at The California Theatre in San Jose, John Gruber is joined by Phil Schiller and Craig Federighi to discuss the news from WWDC: new Mac hardware, the new iPad Pro, Mac OS 10.13 “High Sierra”, iOS...Show More Summary

Ghacks Deals: NetSpot Home for Windows and Mac: Lifetime License (72% off)

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NetSpot Home is a powerful Wi-Fi analysis, survey, and troubleshooting program for Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X devices. It helps you analyze Wifi coverage anywhere you are, map out the coverage of an apartment, hotel room or...Show More Summary

Mac VR support is more confusing than you think

Early on in yesterday's WWDC keynote, Apple announced VR support in OS X, along with an external GPU dock for Mac developers. That news excited a lot of people. External GPUs, for what it's worth, work right now in macOS Sierra without huge issues (Bizon has been selling external GPU enclosures for a while). Show More Summary

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