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Looking for a free comic book reader for OS X Mountain Lion?
Ehon is a free and easy to use comic book reader and manager from Kaiju Software. As a digital comic book reader, Ehon supports the following file formats:
Download Ehon on the Mac App Store here:
The minimum system requirements are as follows:
The thing is, if you have a Macbook Air, you could have either the faster solid state drive (SSD) made by Samsung or a slower one manufactured by Toshiba. How do you tell which one you have? Continue reading
Adobe Digital Editions is one of my favorite ebook readers for Mac OS X. It can read books in epub format and it is completely free.
Reading becomes easy using scrolling on your mouse or trackpad. You can set font sizes easily and add bookmarks.
Once you have it installed and setup, you can use it to open and read digital books in epub format, even many epubs that are digitally protected by DRM.
So how do you open epubs using Adobe Digital Editions?
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.
Read more after the jump.
When I updated my iBook from Mac OS X Tiger to OS X Leopard, I suddenly found that I couldn’t print on my old HP printer. When I got my Macbook Air running Mac OS X Lion, I was faced with the same problem, which was that I couldn’t get my HP printer to run.
I don’t remember having to install or download printer drivers when I first got my iBook running Mac OS X Tiger. I just plugged in my printer and it was ready to use.
But I suppose OSX Leopard and the succeeding OSs were cutting the fat where it can and preinstalled printer drivers were giving the OS larger footprints. So the solution was to have fewer printers installed.
What do you do to install the printer driver for your new OS? Read more after the jump.
Do you have a Kindle ebook reader? Neither do I. Lucky for us Mac users, we can read ebooks from Amazon on Mac OSX.
Amazon released Kindle for Mac OSX in 2010. It complements a Kindle ebook reader if you have one. But you don’t have to have one. It complements Kindle apps for Windows, the iPhone, and Blackberry, but you don’t have to have any of those devices to enjoy reading Amazon ebooks on Mac OSX.
Read more after the jump.