OpenOffice.org 3.0 – A Free Mac Office Suite

By Dan Hinckley

OpenOffice.org, a Sun Microsystems supported project, has been a free competitor to Microsoft Office for a number of years, but their support for OS X based systems lacked the integration with the Aqua user

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Application List on Your Dock

By Dan Hinckley

One of the things I put too much effort into is keeping my computers organized. Having too many things on my desktop or dock always frustrates me and it doesn’t take long before I

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The Case of the Slow Mac (and how to fix it)

By Aaron

Note: There have been reported issues of some people have increased trouble with their systems when trying the process outlined here on 10.6 Snow Leopard. Proceed at your own Risk if you are running

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iWeb: Add New Themes

By Dan Hinckley

Apple provided a number of themes with their iWeb application, one of the pieces of software that comes with ilife, but sometimes you may want a bit of a different look or feel from

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Launch Windows in its Own Space

By Dan Hinckley

One of Apple’s major announcements over the past few years was their move from PowerPC processors to Intel X86 based processors. This was such a huge announcement because it essentially meant that there was

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iPhone: Sync your Safari Bookmarks

By Dan Hinckley

There have been a number of recent articles describing the way that consumers user their iPhone. Interestingly enough, compared to normal smartphone users iPhone users talk less and browse the web more then their

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MultiClutch: Trackpad Gestures for “Other” Applications

By Dan Hinckley

One of the main features that Apple has advertised with their new Macbook Air and Macbook Pro notebooks is the increased capabilities of the trackpad included with the machines. With the new trackpad applications

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VLC: The Media Player That Could

By Dan Hinckley

When I purchased my first Mac I quickly transfered over all the media files from my old windows based machine and was excited to finally view the content on an operating system with strong

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