Archive for the ‘OS X’ Category

Apple has just announced macOS Sierra 10.12, including the new features it packs, as well as a release date for when it will be available. Here’s everything you need to know about this latest desktop release from Apple.

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Flume for Mac is an Instagram app that lets you access the popular photo sharing service natively on your computer without the need of a web browser. Almost 10 months into its release, the developer has now updated the app, releasing Flume version 2.0 with some significant new features and improvements, including support for uploading photos and videos.

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It appears that not only does iTunes 12.4 bring speed improvements, but fixes the infamous music deletion bug as well. Here are the details.

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Here’s how you can set your Mac to automatically close select OS X apps after a set period of time. As they say, out of sight, out of mind.

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Have a Retina Mac? Having issues with gaming performance? Here’s how to set your Mac games or apps to run in low resolution without having to change the game’s internal settings. This will considerably improve gaming performance on Retina Macs.

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Here’s how you can get notified on your iPhone whenever your Mac wakes up or sleeps, with support extending to the Apple Watch as well.

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More evidence has come to light directly from Apple, which hints at a possible OS X name change to MacOS. Here are the details.

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Here’s a complete guide on how to setup PlayStation 4 Remote Play to stream and play PS4 games on your Windows PC or Mac OS X computer.

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You can now stream torrents on Windows and Mac using WebTorrent Desktop app, which also supports AirPlay and Chromecast. Here are the details.

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Apple has released for download beta 1 seeds of OS X 10.11.5 El Capitan, watchOS 2.2.1 for Apple Watch and tvOS 9.2.1 for Apple TV to continue the progress of each platform. Here are the details.

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Here’s how to add Mac OS X-like Quick Look Preview functionality to your Windows based PC with Seer. This feature will work with Windows 10 all the way down to Windows Vista.

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Apple has today announced a new version of its Safari web browser that is intended to provide developers with an early and regularly updated preview of what’s to come in future versions of the web browser. The new Safari Technology Preview is designed provide an early look at upcoming web technologies that will make their way into future versions of Safari on Apple’s OS X and iOS platforms. It will also provide those using the platform with access to technologies that simply aren’t found in the current public releases of Apple’s popular web browser.

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