Category Archives: Mac
A $350 Mac Killer? describes the parts required to build a low-end Hackintosh. Might make an interesting computer for the kids…
Brandwares has some Office Best Practices that seem pretty helpful. Lots of XML approaches to tweaking Office app behaviors, for instance…
You can use a USB-C cable and a Apple developer account to take screenshots from a fourth-generation Apple TV. Here’s how.
Auto-play videos suck. Here’s how you can turn them off. Source: Stop Auto-Play Videos from Annoying You in Your Browser on macOS
Ben Dodson built a cool iTunes Artwork Finder to download high-resolution cover art for music, movies, TV shows, and other media straight from Apple.
Well-known jailbreak developer John Coates (@punksomething) has created an app that lets you add the new Apple TV’s awesome-looking animated aerial screen savers to your Mac.
REAPER is an interesting looking cross-platform audio recording and editing package.
Open-AudIT and OCS Inventory AG might be useful for churches and other non-profits that need basic IT asset management solutions.
Skyline OSXÂ is another site that looks like it has some useful hackintosh information – including relatively clearly-written guides…
Tonymacx86 includes an interesting thread on using the Clover UEFI boot loader for mackintosh:Â ultrazones guide for Z77X-UD5H + Mavericks + Clover UEFI mode.