While there are plenty of options for cloud storage these days -- SkyDrive, Google Drive, and iCloud to name a few -- Dropbox is still a great, efficient option. Today, the Dropbox desktop client gets an update, changing how we interact with our online data within the Mac OS X menu bar.
If Retina Display updates to Photoshop and Illustrator CS6 aren't enough for you today, Adobe has just announced a major update to its Creative Cloud product which will be detailed this afternoon at its Create Now Live online event.
Veteran Mac users may still think of Microsoft as the bad guy over that whole “Mac vs. Windows” thing, but never let it be said the folks in Redmond don’t listen to us. Last month’s Mac release of SkyDrive was plagued with one really annoying fault that the company has fixed in an update rolling out now.
When you unpack your shiny new Mac, the software on it is usually bang up to date. But over time, companies release new versions that add fresh features, bring better performance and fix problems. For this reason, it’s vital you keep the software on your Mac as up to date as possible -- from the system that powers it to your individual Mac, iPhone, iPad and iPod touch apps. The tricky thing is that there’s no single place to go to make sure you’re running the latest versions, so checking can be time-consuming. So we’re going to show you the main places to look, and share some handy shortcuts that can save you huge amounts of time.