Following the release of its Wi-Fi update for 2012 Macs on Monday, Apple rolled out EFI updates for the new iMac and 13-inch Retina Display MacBook Pro. The updates address Thunderbolt and Wi-Fi issues, along with sleep-related problems.
Apple released Wi-Fi Update 1.0 for late 2012 Macs on Monday. They update addressed connection issues when using the 5GHz band.
Using OS X's Finder, you can do some fancy-schmancy advanced searching, including finding system files for troubleshooting. No more rooting through folders when the results you want aren't appearing in Spotlight! This tip's going to tell you how to use this handy feature.
Both Safari on the Mac and the iOS version have a way to jump back multiple steps in your Web browsing, without you having to pound on your back button. In this tip, Melissa Holt's going to explain how it works. Punch and pie won't be served within, but you may learn something, which is at least 10 percent as good as punch and pie.
Adobe released Photoshop CS6 13.0.2 on Tuesday, adding Retina Display support to the professional photo and image editing application for the Mac. The update improves the appearance of Photoshop's interface along with images on Retina Display Macs, and supports other high resolution displays, too.
Did you know that you can expand an entire folder, including all of its subfolders, with one simple trick in the Finder? Well, you can. It's easy, and it's fun. Well, as fun as anything in the Finder can be, we suppose.
Apple released OS X Server 2.2 for Mountain Lion late on Thursday. The update for Apple's server software added a new Caching Service for App Store purchases and software updates, and more.
Bare Bones Software announced the immediate availability of BBEdit 10.5 on Tuesday with support for the Retina Display MacBook Pro, new navigation and project management tools, and more. BBEdit is a code and text editing app for Intel-based Macs.
A new trojan horse app called Dockster is targeting Mac users by exploiting a known Java vulnerability. The trojan is apparently being delivered through a website dedicated to the Dalai Lama and once installed can collect user keystrokes and other personal information.
Apple released Digital Camera Raw Update 4.02 on Thursday, adding support for several new cameras from Canon, Nikon, Panasonic and Sony to its supported import list for Aperture 3 and iPhoto '11.
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