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Scrivener 3 unveils major UI update and improvements alongside new features

Scrivener 3 unveils major UI update and improvements alongside new features

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Literature and Latte has released Scrivener 3.0 for OS X, a major new version of its writer-centric tool. The app combines traditional word-processing features with project management and organization tools to provide a one-stop shop for any writing project. Version 3.0 unveils a number of new and enhanced features, alongside an updated user interface, Touch Bar support and rewritten codebase for 64-bit

Tor on Linux/Mac may leak IP (update available)

Tor on Linux/Mac may leak IP (update available)

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Tor users who use the Tor browser on Linux or Mac OS X devices may want to update the program to version 7.0.9 as soon as possible to plug a potential IP leak in the client software. Tor browser is a cross-platform browser based on Firefox code that integrates the anonymization network Tor in the

Hashcat 4.0.0 now can crack passwords and salts up to length 256

Hashcat 4.0.0 now can crack passwords and salts up to length 256

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The new version of the tool, Hashcat 4.0.0 release is now available and includes the support to crack passwords and salts up to length 256. Hashcat is likely the world’s fastest password recovery tool that is released as free software. It is available for Windows, Linux and OS X, and it is distributed as CPU-based

Mac OS 9: Some Love for the Classics!

Mac OS 9: Some Love for the Classics!

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Long before the current macOS 10.13 High Sierra or even before any of the OS X systems, there was Mac OS 9. While not as aesthetically pleasing compared to current day operating systems, Mac OS 9 was sleek, super responsive and a joy to use. Hardware support was excellent: Macs from 1994 to 2003, with the oldest

Today in Apple history: OS X Panther claws its way onto Macs

Today in Apple history: OS X Panther claws its way onto Macs

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October 25, 2003: Mac OS X Panther arrives on Macs, bringing a number of useful new features. Exposé lets users instantly view all open windows at once; iChat AV allows users to talk with audio and video as well as text. The new Mac OS also makes Safari Apple’s default web browser for the first time.

PC-MOS operating system goes open source (30 years after release)

PC-MOS operating system goes open source (30 years after release)

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These days if you’re using a desktop computer you’re probably running Windows, although there’s also a good chance you’re using OS X or maybe Chrome OS or one of a number of GNU/Linux distributions. But back in the 80s, it’s wasn’t really clear who the dominant players of the future would be. In 1987, a

Today in Apple history: OS 9 is ‘classic Mac’ operating system’s last stand

Today in Apple history: OS 9 is ‘classic Mac’ operating system’s last stand

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October 23, 1999: Apple releases Mac OS 9, the last version of the classic Mac operating system before the company makes the leap to OS X a couple years later. It does not veer far from OS 8 in terms of look and feel. However, OS 9 adds a few nifty features that make it

Best Mac apps to make you more creative

Best Mac apps to make you more creative

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When it comes to apps, the world still seems obsessed with iOS, although Android is quickly making up ground, especially across Europe and Asia. But as creatives, many of us still spend most of our time on our Macs. So it's worth catching up on the latest OS X apps that can boost our creativity and make our work easier. In this post we round up some of the big Mac app releases of the last 12 months, including both brand new apps and tools from other platforms launching as Mac apps for the first time.

Five tips for getting more from your App Launcher

Five tips for getting more from your App Launcher

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The operating system is what sets Apple products apart from others. macOS (aka OS X) is what drew me to make the switch from the world of Windows, with its sleek look and brushed metal. It was not only better looking, but the form and function were both far better than what I was used to.

Apple OS X Server: How to configure a VPN service

Apple OS X Server: How to configure a VPN service

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Jesus Vigo walks you through the steps of configuring VPN services in Apple's OS X Server.

Apple OS X Server: File Transfer Protocol

Apple OS X Server: File Transfer Protocol

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Find out how to set up the FTP service on your OS X Server.

The Daily Hilario: Guide to running Championship Manager 01-02 on Mac OS X

The Daily Hilario: Guide to running Championship Manager 01-02 on Mac OS X

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