It might be too early to think about Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac but BGR has posted some screenshots that shows the development of Microsoftâ€™s upcoming project, Microsoft Office 2011 for Mac.
Microsoft Office 2011 suite includes Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Outlooks.
Back in June, Google released the first development version of Google Chrome for Mac OS X and Linux platforms.
Mac and Linux users have been waiting for a proper release version since then, but Google has kept quite in letting out any word on when the first beta would be released.
It’sÂ really difficult to find video converters that support cross-platform and are open-source as well.
HandBrake is an open-source, GPL-licensed, multiplatform, multithreaded DVD to MPEG-4 converter, available for Mac OS X, Linux and Windows.
Windows Live Sync went through a rough upgrade last week for the Windows client, and today they have announced Windows Live Sync for Snow Leopard!
The Windows Live team has been working on a Mac upgrade for quite some time now and today they finally rolled it out for everyone and is now available for download.
A week ago, I shared an Adobe AIR app that let’s you have Google Wave on your desktop.
Here’s another app that I have found to bring Google Wave to your desktop, but unlike Waver, this one is only for Mac OS X users.
Just a few days ago, I wrote how you can use Greasemonkey scripts on Google Chrome using a third party small tool. In the same way, I’ve found a small app to run Greasemonkey scripts on Safari in Mac OS X.
GreaseKit is a SIMBLÂ plugin, userscript runtime that adds user scripting to Safari, Mailplane, Diet Pibb.appÂ and all WebKit applications.
A while ago, the Apple Store went down for sometime, and we know whenever it goes down unexpectedly, there is something new coming for us. And yes, Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard is now available for pre-order!
Rumours have been up that Apple will start shipping OS X Snow Leopard this Friday, but there was no pre-order announcement of the product.
Google announced yesterday, about the availability of it’s web browser, Chrome, for Mac OS X and Linux. It is the first official developer release of Chrome and is just for testing purposes for now.
Chrome was initially released for Windows back in September last year, and at that time Google promised a Mac and Linux version later.
I had been using XP since forever and moved to Vista about 15 months ago. I’m in a habit of using “Stickies” quiet a lot. I was in my call center the other day where I use to work before and I saw a friend using Mac.
He had an idea that I use reminders on my screen for important task which I must not forget. He needed something as useful as stickies for reminder in Vista for Mac.