Apple recently released an update for its music player for Mac OS X. The new update is supposed to fix some compatibility issues with iBooks for Macs running OS X Mavericks.
To get the latest version of iTunes, head over to the App Store or go to the Apple iTunes download page here:
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Nice article from CNET. I thought I should share it with you all. It’s all about what you should do before installing OS X Mavericks on your Mac.
5 things to do before upgrading to OS X Mavericks
If you are considering installing OS X Mavericks, think about not only system requirements, but also your current OS configuration and any installed software you use.
Wasn’t it Google that started it all with the what they called the omnibar in the Google Chrome web browser? Basically, instead of separate fields for the web address bar and the search bar, Google Chrome only had its omnibar. In the omnibar, you can either enter the URL of the website you want to go to or use it to search for whatever it is you’re looking for.
In Firefox, it was easy enough to add plugins to install an omnibar plugin. I had the Omnibar plugin for Firefox installed on my old iBook G4 and I find it immensely convenient to use. For Safari users, how do you install an Omnibar?
Qixingshi Technology is offering it’s PDF to epub converter, called PDF T Epub Converter, as a free download on the Mac App Store.
The app is available for free for a limited time only. Regular price is USD 39.99 on the App Store for OS X. It is available for free until February 26, 2012.
You may have seen the new desktop picture for OS X Mountain Lion either on Apple’s site or on any of the blogs and news sites which have posted screenshots of developer previews of OS X Mountain Lion.
Now you may be thinking you like the desktop picture. Where do you go to download it?
Download OS X Desktop Picture
Well here you go.
Thanks to Cult of Mac for posting this.
Movies files come in various formats. AVI, MPG, and MP4 are just some of the more popular format that you can play on a Windows PC or on a Mac.
On Mac OS X, there is a preinstalled Quicktime Player which can be used to play Quicktime video, AIFF, WAV, DV-DIF, MP3, and MPEG. It does not, by default, play AVI, DivX, Flash Video, and other file types, though that can be remedied by installing plugins such as Perian, which is free and open source.
Apple’s default player for OS X has also been available for Windows for two decades now.
Since I started using Mac OS X, the VLC became my favorite app for playing videos, and I’ll tell you why.
More after the jump.