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  1. How to fix the Firefox 89 user interface A new interface design, called Proton, will launch in Firefox 89, scheduled for a release on June 1, 2021. Mozilla wants to modernize the user interface of the Firefox web browser with Proton. Firefox 89 ships with address bar, toolbar, tab and menu changes. One common denominator is that everything will be a big larger in the new interface. Proton will remove some options from Firefox, or hide them. The Compact density option won't be displayed anymore on the "customize" page of the browser if it has not been used in the past. W
  2. Monthly Office Insiders build for Mac users out with 'Share to Teams' for Outlook and more As it does every month, Microsoft has released the Office Insider build for Current Channel users on macOS for the month of May. The update bumps the build to 16.49.21050201 and brings with it a bunch of new features and Teams integrations to the suite of apps. First up is PowerPoint, which is getting a new ‘Present in Teams’ button that helps users directly begin a slideshow in a Teams meeting. The button is situated in the top right corner of the menu bar and the
  3. FlipFlip displays images as randomized slideshows with cool effects Slideshows are a nice way to browse image folders, especially ones which contain your favorite moments. It's not difficult to create a photo movie, a lot of image viewers come with one built-in. FlipFlip is an open source slideshow generation software that randomizes your image folders, web albums, and displays them with cool effects. The program has a modern interface with a bunch of options on the sidebar. Click the Hamburger menu button in the top left corner, to toggle the names of the
  4. Motrix is a cross-platform, open-source download manager for Windows, Linux and macOS Everyone has a favorite download manager. IDM has been my go-to choice for nearly a decade. But as an enthusiast, I test new ones from time-to-time. Motrix has been on my radar for a while, I gave it a fair shot. The program is cross-platform and open-source. Motrix has a dual-pane GUI and a sidebar, and the design is modern. The Tasks tab is the primary screen, it has three tabs of its own, for accessing ongoing, paused and completed downloads. To begin a new
  5. Capture your screen and save it as a MP4, GIF with Electron Screen Recorder Want to share a short video of your screen? Teach somebody how to use something? All you need is a quick way to capture the content, and Electron Screen Recorder can help you with that. The application's interface has just 4 options, and a large blank pane. Click on the phrase "Choose a video source". A menu will pop up with various capture modes. The first option "Entire Screen" captures the content on your current screen. When you select the option, you will see a live
  6. Neat Download Manager is an impressive downloader that also supports media grabbing What's a good free alternative for IDM? The answer varies, depending on what you need a download manager for. You'd be hard-pressed to find a proper one that mimics all of IDM's features, especially the refresh download link/resume it and the batch downloads. But if you're looking for a way to download files quickly, and capture video URLs, you might want to give Neat Download Manager a shot. NDM's interface is simple and reminds me of HTTP Downloader. Click the
  7. PowerPoint's Presenter Coach is now available for Office Insiders on Mac Microsoft has announced that its Presenter Coach feature for PowerPoint is now available for Office Insiders enrolled in the Beta channel on macOS devices. The feature was first announced almost two years ago, and it relies on artificial intelligence and speech recognition to help users improve their presentation skills so that they're more engaging and efficient. It also came to Android last year. Essentially, Presenter Coach listens to what the presenter is saying, and it tries to ca
  8. DuckStation is an excellent PlayStation 1 emulator for Windows, Linux, macOS and Android The PlayStation 1, Nintendo SNES, GBA, and DS are my favorite consoles of all-time because they have tons of RPGs. I remember playing WWF/WCW games, and many JRPGs on my old Windows 98 computer using ePSXe back in the 2000s. Emulation has come a long way since then; there have been many advancements, improvements and of course new emulators. DuckStation is a PSX emulator and a brilliant one at that. It comes with a QT-based GUI version and a no-GUI version.
  9. Apple’s macOS Big Sur beta code revealed three new Mac devices that’ll likely be released soon. This may be the first in-code confirmation from Apple of the first Apple Silicon Mac devices. The code appeared in the macOS Big Sur 11.0.1 beta 1 that appeared for developers this week. The files that’ve tipped the imminent reveal of new Mac computers appeared in the developer previews’ System/Library folder. There, as noted by 9to5Mac, Apple stores bundled files with references to Mac models aplenty. In the latest version of macOS Big Sur, three files appear with codes that do not othe
  10. Reeder is one of the most popular RSS readers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, and this week it’s gotten a handful of new features. Reeder 5 is now available as a new purchase with support for home screen widgets, new feed syncing features, and more. For iOS 14 users, Reeder 5 includes support for home screen widgets. These widgets allow you to view the most recent articles on your home screen, and you can configure the widgets to show only items from certain feeds, folders, searches, or tags. Reeder 5 also includes a new built-in feeds service to keep thi
  11. Apple's worldwide Mac shipments fell in the fourth quarter of 2018, according to new preliminary PC shipping estimates shared this afternoon by Gartner. During the quarter, Apple shipped an estimated 4.9 million Macs, down from 5.1 million in the year-ago quarter. Apple's share of the market grew, however, from 7.1 percent in 3Q18 to 7.2 percent. Gartner's Preliminary Worldwide PC Vendor Unit Shipment Estimates for 4Q18 (Thousands of Units) Apple continues to maintain its position as the number four PC vendor in the world, behind Dell, HP, and Lenovo, but ahead
  12. All of the vulnerabilities arise from improper input validations. A passel of privilege-escalation vulnerabilities in MacPaw’s CleanMyMac X software would allow a local attacker to gain root access to an Apple machine in various ways. CleanMyMac X is a cleanup application for MacOS that optimizes the drives and frees up space by scanning for unused, redundant or unnecessary files and deleting them. No fewer than a dozen flaws plague 4.0 earlier versions of the software, all of them in the package’s “helper protocol.” “The application i
  13. To celebrate Christmas, Digiarty is launching a grand Christmas giveaway to offer their an ultimate iPhone iPad manager for Mac Macx MediaTrans V6.4 for free ($59.95 valued). Everyone is welcome to get a fully licensed copy for free with no strings attached! First come first served! With full GPU acceleration, Macx MediaTrans is the best way to transfer photo, video & music between iPhone iPad and Mac. New!! MacX MediaTrans features end-to-end encryption to safeguard your media files with the highest level of security! Check here: http://bit.ly/2QQnCKX How to get: Sim
  14. PDF Studio Viewer, Qoppa’s friendly and reliable PDF reader / annotator / form filler, is now available on the Mac App store, and it is completely free to download, without any in-app purchases! If you are a Mac user unable to markup a PDF document, fill tax forms, or simply need more features than available in the Preview application, try downloading Qoppa’s Free PDF Reader from Itunes App store. PDF Studio Viewer is an easy to use PDF Reader that comes with a lot of viewing, printing, searching and annotating features. Features – Fully compliant with the new PDF 2.0 s
  15. There’s a hidden virtual keyboard in macOS. As a long-time Mac user, I once had to rely on Key Caps, an early Mac helper that would show you where special characters hid on a keyboard. Holding down Option and Shift-Option would reveal the secrets of π and ‰ and accent marks. That feature never disappeared, though it did recede from view, and was renamed Keyboard Viewer. You may rarely need it—except when you’re trying to type a key that your keyboard doesn’t allow or you can’t find. IDG Keyboard Viewer
  16. In-the-wild Mac malware kept busy in June—here’s a rundown Newly disclosed OSX/CrescentCore is 1 of 6 Mac threats to come to light this month. June was a busy month for Mac malware with the active circulation of at least six threats, several of which were able to bypass security protections Apple has built into modern versions of its macOS. The latest discovery was published Friday by Mac antivirus provider Intego, which disclosed malware dubbed OSX/CrescentCore that's available through Google search results and other mainstream channel
  17. RingCentral and Zhumu are now patched Apple informed us that it has sent out a silent security update to Macs to remove software that was automatically installed by RingCentral and Zhumu. These video conferencing apps both used technology from Zoom — they’re essentially white labels — and thus they also had Zoom’s security flaws. Specifically, they installed secondary pieces of software that could take commands from websites to open up your webcam in a video conference without your intervention. Even uninstalling those apps wouldn’t remove that secon
  18. Apple today released a new update for Safari Technology Preview, the experimental browser Apple first introduced three years ago in March 2016. Apple designed the Safari Technology Preview to test features that may be introduced into future release versions of Safari. Safari Technology Preview release 84 includes new Safari 13 features that will be available in macOS Catalina. These features include a new Favorites page and prompts to change a password when a weak password is detected. Refreshed Favorites Design. The Favorites page has been visually refreshed, and now includes Show More
  19. Microsoft Edge Browser for Mac Gets a Dark Theme Microsoft has recently released a new update for the Mac version of its new Chromium browser, and this time the improvements are substantial for Apple users. The Chromium-powered Microsoft Edge browser is available on the Mac in preview stage as part of Canary and Dev channels, and just like on Windows 10, Microsoft tries to roll out improvements for both of them regularly. The most recent update for the Dev build, which brings the browser to version 76.0.176.1, introduces a dark theme for macOS computers.
  20. I’ve searched around and haven’t found any reliable information, perhaps someone here has experience with my situation. I’m running Windows 10 LTSC v1809 on a bootable external Samsung X5 thunderbolt 3 ssd. It’s connected to a 2018 MacBook Pro and deploys via bootcamp. I want to clone this drive and migrate everything to an internal partition on the MacBook, which I believe needs to be setup via bootcamp as well. Eventually I wish to build a dedicated windows machine and transfer the cloned image to it in the future, but I haven’t got that far, so for the purposes of this question I’ll focus o
  21. How to Encrypt a PDF on a Mac If you want to encrypt a PDF on a Mac, the easiest method is to use the Preview app. You can use Preview to add a password to your most sensitive PDF documents to keep them secure. Preview is available as a core macOS app, so you’ll find it on any Mac computer. There’s no additional software required—all you need is a PDF document to encrypt and a Mac to encrypt it with. If you’d prefer to use other software, you can password-protect PDFs using Microsoft Office instead, but Preview offers the quickest way to do it using a c
  22. Apple Now Allows You To Make Universal Purchases For Mac And iOS Apps It’s quite annoying when you have to pay two times to use the same app on Mac and iOS. Thankfully, you won’t have to do that anymore. Apple has added the ability for developers to enable universal purchases with the new XCode 11.4 beta dev tool. As developer Steve Troughton-Smith pointed out on Twitter, if this option is enabled by the app developer, you can purchase an app on iOS and use it on Mac, and vice versa. He also noted that this feature inclusion was unexpected, and was rumored for a r
  23. Mac Threats Overtake Windows For The First Time Photo Credit: Jirsak/Shutterstock It's generally been accepted that Mac systems are much safer than Windows, but that could be starting to change as a new report shows Mac threats are growing faster than their Windows counterparts for the first time ever. Malwarebytes latest annual State of Malware report shows an average of 11 threats per Mac endpoint in 2019 -- nearly double the average of 5.8 threats per endpoint on Windows. Overall Mac threats increased by more than 400 percent, year-on-year.
  24. Third-party Mac repair shops will gain access to Apple tools, parts The new program is a compromise that represents a change in Apple's strategy. Enlarge / Removing the scissor switch in a 16-inch MacBook Pro, courtesy of iFixit. iFixit 9 with 7 posters participating Today, Apple announced that it will expand a program that gave third-party repair shops access to its own proprietary tools, diagnostics, and parts. Launched last year, the program initially only provided the resources for servicing iPhones. Now it w
  25. When it comes to tablets, Apple has a wide lead over other companies in terms of sales. The company has made its slates relatively more accessible in recent years, offering a variation of products at different price points. Also, not to forget, the tightly integrated hardware and software provides a great experience. You don’t have to take our word for it as a new American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) has revealed that both iPad and Mac owners are satisfied with their they’ve purchased. Survey Still Gives Preference to Samsung and Amazon Tablets in
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