Download: Video Monkey will convert your video files for free

Video Monkey is a free and easy-to-use video converter for OS X.

You can use it to convert video files from one format to another. You can use it to encode files into AVI, MP4, Quick Time, Flash, MPEG, and DV. Or you can use the presets that converts the video to the size and format of iPods, iPhones, and Apple TV.

Video Monkey can take just about any file type you throw at it and convert it in the format you want.

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How to clear the cache in Safari in OS X

Clearing the cache is very in Safari. All it takes is a few simple steps.

Clear the cache in Safari in OS X

Clear the cache in Safari by following three easy steps

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Download OS X Mountain Lion

Latest OS for the Mac, OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, is now available for on the Mac App Store. You can get it for USD 19.99. If you had bought your Mac on June 11, 2012, or later, then you most probably qualify for a free upgrade to Mountain Lion.

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion was released today, July 25.

OS X 10.8 adds several enhancements to the OS, including greater integration with iPads, iPhones, and other iOS devices.

OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion is about 4 GB. It can be installed on computers running OS X 10.6.8 or later, so that’s good news for those running OS X Snow Leopard or Lion.

  • Download Mountain Lion here: OS X Mountain Lion - Apple

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Talking about the 15- and 17-inch Macbook Airs with Retina Displays and Ivy Bridge

Macbooks with Ivy Bridge processors which is almost sure to arrive. Ivy Bridge CPUs from Intel should boost performance and graphics capability on the Macbook Air and Macbook Pro. And because it is more energy efficient, it should also be able to give Macbooks better battery life.

The 15-inch Macbook Pro and the rumored 15-inch Macbook Air are prime candidates to get ultra-high resolution retina display from Apple. Image from Apple website.

All sorts of news and rumors surround an expected Macbook refresh. Will retina displays be among the coming features?

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Download the Latest Firefox for Mac OS X

Here’s a bit of breaking news: Mozilla Firefox 10 is out.

Breaking news: Mozilla Firefox 10 for Mac OS X, Windows, and Android is available for download.

Head on to Mozilla’s download page for the latest Firefox web browser for Mac OS X: Download page for Firefox for Mac OS X

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How to Take a Screenshot of a Selection in Mac OS X Lion

Taking a screen capture of a selection of your screen is very easy in Mac OS X Lion. This takes only a few steps.

Take a screenshot of a selection using an easy keyboard shortcut.

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Where Are My Default Desktop Pictures Located on Mac OS X Lion?

On a Mac, you can use your own photos as your desktop background or use art or photos you’ve downloaded from the Internet. You may be wondering, though where the default pictures are stored. Where do you find the default desktop photos on Mac OS X Lion?

Where do you find the Desktop Pictures folder in Mac OS X Lion?

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Have Your Dashery 2: Make an En Dash on a Mac Keyboard

“A hyphen is a hyphen, and a dash is a dash,” says Bill Walsh. He doesn’t do en dashes, sorry.

But just in case you need to know, there is an easy keyboard shortcut for making an en dash.

How do you make an en dash on a Mac keyboard?

More after the jump.

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Top Three Free Epub Readers for Mac OS X

Well I’ve written and ranted before about free epub readers for Mac OS X. There are few such apps and those that are available seem to me to be limited as ebook readers. While I’d love to repeat and expound on my complaints, right now, I’d like to present you with a small list of epub readers I’ve found for Mac OS X.

Those looking for an epub reader for Mac OS X might want to try one of the free apps mentioned below.

Read more after the jump.

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How to Take a Screenshot of Your Mac OS X Desktop

Some switchers from Windows are probably wondering where to Print Screen button is on the Mac keyboard. That’s a button on the left-hand side of the keyboard used to take screenshots in Windows. In case you’re wondering, on the older DOS system, the Print Screen button will print the text on your screen.

But how do you take a screenshot if you are using Mac OS X? More after the jump.

Taking screenshots in Mac OX can be done using a keyboard shortcut.

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