OS X News

How to Bring Back the Sidebar in iTunes 11

Posted on 30/11/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler

iTunes 11 Thumb

Apple made a lot of changes in their latest major update to iTunes – but not everyone is thrilled with the changes, or the interface elements that Apple disabled in the update. One such element is the iTunes Sidebar. Here’s how you can get it back!


Review: ClipBuddy – A Useful Clipboard Expander for OS X

Posted on 30/11/2012 by Jim Gresham


Command+C. We all do it, but what if you had the ability to track all of those quick copy and paste transactions? I never really thought there was a need for a clipboard history, but OndeSoft developed ClipBuddy to fill the niche market of clipboard dominance.


Apple Seeds First OS X 10.8.3 Beta to Developers

Posted on 26/11/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


Apple has just begun seeding developers with the first beta of OS X 10.8.3 – the next incremental update to OS X Mountain Lion. In order to install the update, developers must first download a new configuration utility.


OS X Snow Leopard Returns to Apple Store

Posted on 23/11/2012 by Chris Hauk

Snow Leopard Thumb

Apple is once again offering OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard in its online store. The operating system, which many users of older Macs found that they needed after upgrading their iOS devices to iOS 6, is available for $19.99.


Apple Releases OS X 10.8.2 Supplemental Update 2 for All 2012 Macs

Posted on 21/11/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


Following a number of issues with Apple’s recent OS X 10.8.2 update, which left many Macs unable to update, Apple has now released a second supplemental update for OS X 10.8.2 to fix the issue and allow affected users to finally install the update.


Macs Running OS X 10.9 Sighted on the Web

Posted on 06/11/2012 by Chris Hauk

OS X Thumb

AppleInsider is reporting they have received more than 30 visits from machines listed as running OS X 10.9. A handful of other computers running Intel based OS X 10.9 have been sighted elsewhere on the web.


Snow Leopard Still Runs On 25% Of Macs

Posted on 05/11/2012 by J. Glenn Künzler


For me, Snow Leopard is the best version of Mac OS X to date. Simple, clean, and above all incredibly streamlined and efficient. So that probably explains why recently released data from Net Applications shows that Snow Leopard still runs on 25% of Macs.


Friend Activity