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8 Giu/11

Mac OS X Lion: ecco tutte le novità, dalle nuove gesture Multi-Touch ad AirDrop

Mac OS X Lion: ecco tutte le novità, dalle nuove gesture Multi-Touch ad AirDrop

Mac OS X Lion: ecco tutte le novità, dalle nuove gesture Multi-Touch ad AirDrop bluetooth, Mac Os X, safari, sistema operativo, Wi-fi (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Apple ha presentato il nuovo Mac OS X Lion che come previsto presenta moltissime novità a partire dall’interfaccia grafica fino ad arrivare alle singole applicazioni come Safari, Mail e altro ancora. Il nuovo sistema operativo sarà disponibile da luglio sul Mac App Store al prezzo...

8 Set/10

Firefox 4 Beta 5 Now Available with Default Hardware Acceleration, Menu Redesign [Updates]

Firefox 4 Beta 5 Now Available with Default Hardware Acceleration, Menu Redesign [Updates]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Windows/Mac/Linux: Firefox 4 Beta 5 is out tonight, and it firms up a few things that have been slowly taking shape in previous betas of the browser. Most significantly, it enables by default the (Windows-only) hardware acceleration that had been available through a deep settings switch previously. New to the build, however, are a robust audio API (demonstrated at YouTube), a return to two-column...

10 Ago/10

RightToClick Enables Right Clicking on Sites that Disable It [Downloads]

RightToClick Enables Right Clicking on Sites that Disable It [Downloads]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Firefox: Some sites (like IMDB) prevent you from performing certain actions, like right clicking, on their pages. Firefox extension RightToClick disables these scripts, giving you the ability to right click, select text, or perform other actions forbidden by a given web site. More » (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Continua a leggere...


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9 Dic/09

Google Chrome arriva su Mac OS X e Linux

Google Chrome arriva su Mac OS X e Linux

Nel corso della giornata di ieri Google ha annunciato ufficialmente e resa disponibile per il download la versione beta di Google Chrome per il sistema operativo Mac OS X. Dopo parecchi mesi di attesa il browser del colosso di Mountain View approda anche sul sistema operativo della Mela. Google Chrome è stato lanciato nel settembre del 2008, inizialmente solo per sistemi operativi Windows. La versione per Mac OS X è stata in principio pianificata per la prima metà del 2009, quando...

8 Dic/09

Chrome Beta for Mac/Linux Released

Chrome Beta for Mac/Linux Released

Today Google finally releases a beta of Google Chrome for Mac and Linux. I’ve been using a Chromium build on my Mac for awhile now, and while it’s faster than Firefox on the Mac, it’s not nearly as fast and stable as the Windows version of Chrome. Also, without Google Gears for Mac OS X 10.6, Chrome and Google webapps are even less useful on the Mac. While I was on the road with my MacBook over the last few weeks, I found myself missing my desktop PC back at home only...

15 Nov/09

Celestia Brings Interstellar Exploration to Your Desktop [Downloads]

Celestia Brings Interstellar Exploration to Your Desktop [Downloads]

If you enjoyed playing with Stellarium, the open-source planetarium software we shared with you earlier this year, but felt strangely tied to an earth-bound perspective, you’ll definitely want to fly through space with Celestia. Celestia picks up where Stellarium leaves off. With Celestia you can zoom through the known universe, flying through star clusters and swooping in to examine far off galaxies. On its own Celestia is a really fun tool to play with but on top of the expansive...

13 Nov/09

The Gingerbread Announcer Desktop [Featured Desktop]

The Gingerbread Announcer Desktop [Featured Desktop]

Reader andykashyap85’s Mac desktop proves that sometimes simplicity is all you really need for an awesome desktop that helps keep you motivated. The simple OS X desktop consists of nothing more than: Wallpaper: Announcement Geektool Quote of the Day Geektool Time: date +%D VLC Icon See Andy’s full post for more details. Want to create your own OS X desktop customization? Check out our guide to monitoring your Mac and more with GeekTool to add basic system stats and information,...

12 Nov/09

Chrome Beta for Mac Arriving in Early December [Google Chrome]

Chrome Beta for Mac Arriving in Early December [Google Chrome]

Google plans to release a beta version of its Chrome browser in early December. How does the net know this? A mailing list discussion shows off the latest implementation of extensions in Chrome, already working on the latest Windows and Mac builds of Chromium, but not in the rough Mac test builds. Nick Baum urges extension makers to update their wares to meet the new look, so they’ll have more time to “polish your experience for our Beta launch in early December.” Isn’t...

10 Nov/09

Our Hackintosh Works Like a Charm with 10.6.2 Update; Atom-Based Hacks Break [Updates]

Our Hackintosh Works Like a Charm with 10.6.2 Update; Atom-Based Hacks Break [Updates]

If you followed our most recent guides to installing Snow Leopard on a PC from start to finish or the updated guide to building a Hackintosh with Snow Leopard, no hacking required, you’ll be happy to know that I’ve tested my build with today’s 10.6.2 update to Snow Leopard and it’s working like a charm. That means you shouldn’t have to do anything special to upgrade to the latest and greatest if you followed our guide. Just fire up Software Update like you...

9 Nov/09

Apple Releases Snow Leopard 10.6.2, Fixes 40+ Bugs [Updates]

Apple Releases Snow Leopard 10.6.2, Fixes 40+ Bugs [Updates]

Apple today rolled out the 10.6.2 update to OS X Snow Leopard. This update fixes that nasty guest account bug we saw last month and in general tackles a whole host of bugs, stability issues, and other various improvements. You can check out the whole changelog here, and when you’re ready to update, just fire up your Software Update tool. Find a fix in this release that addresses one of your Snow Leopard annoyances? Let’s hear it in the comments. About the Mac OS X v10.6.2 Update...

15 Ott/09

Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 "Test Build" Now Available [Downloads]

Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 "Test Build" Now Available [Downloads]

Windows/Mac/Linux: It’s not the official beta of Firefox 3.6—that’s been put off for a week. But a “test build” of Firefox 3.6 has landed, with Windows 7 compatible taskbar thumbnails, visual tab previews, and a new rendering engine. You can grab your early build of Firefox 3.6 Beta 1 from Mozilla’s FTP servers—select the OS and processor platform from the folder list, and grab the binary inside. There are bound to be some bugs, as you might imagine,...

3 Set/09

Snow Leopard Benefits for Users

Snow Leopard Benefits for Users

My positive take on Snow Leopard published over at Lifehacker this morning, where I tackle what all the non-developer-specific improvements 10.6 offers to upgraders. In a nutshell, it’s speed, a better Dock and menu bar, Microsoft Exchange support, QuickTime X and helpful Finder tweaks. Here’s the full article: Snow Leopard’s Four Best Improvements (for Civilians) Continua a leggere – Original Link: Snow Leopard Benefits for Users Technorati Tags: digital,...

28 Ago/09

Fine, I’ll Say It: Snow Leopard Is Ultimately a Service Pack

Fine, I’ll Say It: Snow Leopard Is Ultimately a Service Pack

Merlin Mann’s tweet about Snow Leopard hits the nail on the head. Even though David Pogue says this is an “uninformed wisecrack,” I’m still calling Snow Leopard a service pack. “Snow Leopard Fixes Leopard’s Bugs” is not the headline you’re going to see in the NYT or WSJ. Instead the tech press told just the story Apple served them on a silver platter: that they did something noble and interesting and efficient by making their operating system...

28 Ago/09

Weave 0.6 Updates with New Look, Performance Boost, Personas Sync [Downloads]

Weave 0.6 Updates with New Look, Performance Boost, Personas Sync [Downloads]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Mozilla’s in-house syncing extension, called Mozilla Weave, updated today with a new, polished UI for setting up and configuring your sync preferences, “major performance improvements,” better error handling, and support for syncing Personas, Firefox’s on-the-fly theming add-on. (Click the image above for a closer look.) Comprehensive browser sync is near the top of our Firefox wishlist, and Mozilla Weave is the extension that aims...

28 Ago/09

Weave 0.6 Updates with New Look, Performance Boost, Personas Sync [Downloads]

Weave 0.6 Updates with New Look, Performance Boost, Personas Sync [Downloads]

Firefox only (Windows/Mac/Linux): Mozilla’s in-house syncing extension, called Mozilla Weave, updated today with a new, polished UI for setting up and configuring your sync preferences, “major performance improvements,” better error handling, and support for syncing Personas, Firefox’s on-the-fly theming add-on. (Click the image above for a closer look.) Comprehensive browser sync is near the top of our Firefox wishlist, and Mozilla Weave is the extension that aims...

28 Ago/09

Apple’s Official List of Snow Leopard-Incompatible Software [Upgrades]

Apple’s Official List of Snow Leopard-Incompatible Software [Upgrades]

Snow Leopard upgraders should be getting their discs in the mail today, but if you’re still concerned about whether or not your VIPs (Very Important Programs) will run on Snow Leopard, Apple’s got an official page dedicated to incompatible software in 10.6. What’s the deal, exactly? When you install Snow Leopard or migrate to Snow Leopard, known-incompatible software is moved to a folder named Incompatible Software on your hard drive. Snow Leopard also prevents known-incompatible...

24 Ago/09

Grab Mac OS X Snow Leopard’s Wallpaper for Your Desktop [Wallpapers]

Grab Mac OS X Snow Leopard’s Wallpaper for Your Desktop [Wallpapers]

Classic art, serene natural landscapes, remixed Mac images, and actual snow leopards—the wallpapers from Mac OS X 1.6, a.k.a. Snow Leopard, are in the wild, and you can grab them at full resolution for your own desktop. These 35 images come from the Snow Leopard Developer’s Preview, which Gina walked us through in June. Most of the themes and subjects will be familiar to longtime Mac fans, but even the most common wallpapers, like Leopard’s purple-ish starscape, have...

17 Lug/09

SweetFM Brings LastFM to Your Desktop, Saves Songs to iTunes [Downloads]

SweetFM Brings LastFM to Your Desktop, Saves Songs to iTunes [Downloads]

Mac OS X only: Free application SweetFM is a dual-purpose iTunes and Last.fm controller complete with keyboard shortcuts, remote control support, and more. Oh, and did we mention it also saves your favorite Last.fm tracks directly to your iTunes library? Previously a $29 application, SweetFM is now a free and open source project that anyone can enjoy. The application can control either iTunes or Last.fm playback, and the excellent built-in shortcuts include integration with the media keys...

24 Giu/09

Ubiquity 0.5 Improves Language Powers, Adds Great Tutorial [Downloads]

Ubiquity 0.5 Improves Language Powers, Adds Great Tutorial [Downloads]

Firefox: Ubiquity, the experimental Firefox extension that works as an ultimate Firefox command line, grows into a 0.5 release with better non-English language support, smarter parsing of text input, and, perhaps best of all, a helpful step-by-step tutorial for newcomers. English language users will be most interested to hear that multi-word Ubiquity commands no longer require hyphens, the result of a new parsing engine being worked up for this release. That engine can also make asynchronous,...

8 Giu/09

Safari 4 Leaves Beta, Calls Itself "World’s Fastest Browser" [Downloads]

Safari 4 Leaves Beta, Calls Itself "World’s Fastest Browser" [Downloads]

Windows/Mac OS X: Apple’s Safari 4 web browser left beta today, boasting itself as “the world’s fastest web browser.” Not much has changed from Safari 4 since we took you on a hands on look at Safari 4 beta—except for the fact that Safari 4 has hopefully lost the significant “crashy” aspect—which Apple has claimed is the case. As for their claim of browser speed domination, it seems like we hear the same song and dance every time someone...