Do you find that your Mac often moves slower than you would like it to? Does it often slow down to a crawl forcing you to quit (or force quit) applications just to get it back up to speed?
Articles by Charnita Fance
Do you hate the way Apple Mail on the Mac automatically marks email messages as read as soon as you click on them? Do you wish there was a way to either delay the mark as read function or totally stop it from happening? If so, you’re not alone! And here’s the fix.
Instafun is a Mac app that reminds you to have fun. It gives you instant access to fun and interesting images and Internet memes from your menu bar.
While there are plenty of note editor for Mac, what are your options when it comes to a note taking app that is simple, lightweight and great for quick note taking? Noted could be the one you are looking for.
Although the Finder in Mac is the most important app that allows you to access your files and folder, some of its features are limited and doesn’t work as well as it should be. XtraFinder is a free plugin for Finder that adds tabs, new menu items and other useful features to Finder and make it more user-friendly.
Do you post to Twitter and Facebook often from your Mac? If you tweet or post to Facebook often, you can use Eggy to create keyboard shortcuts for posting to Twitter and Facebook. Eggy eliminates the need to open the Notification Center just to post an update. Instead you can post in just one step, by using a keyboard shortcut.
Do you use more than one social network? More than likely, you do and I bet you’d love a stylish way to bring them all together, so that you can use them from a single location. Right? If so, Streamified is a great choice for the job.
Mountain Lion’s Notification Center really makes it easy to keep up with your social networking accounts (Facebook Twitter), new email messages, birthdays, events, Game Center requests and much more. Plus, now with the new Mac app Reader Notifier, you can also use the Notification Center to keep up with your favorite RSS feeds.
A review of Cappuccino, a Google Reader app for Mac that lets you read your RSS feeds in style.
How would you like to integrate various bits of information such as the time of day, day of the week, current weather, or stock prices into your Mac’s desktop wallpaper? If this sounds like a cool feature to you, then you’re sure to love Smart Wall.