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NetNewsWire 5.1 – TidBITS

Ranchero Software has released NetNewsWire 5.1 with enhancements and new features to bring the Mac desktop version of the RSS reader on par with the iOS app. The update adds support for syncing with Feedly, allows multiple RSS browser windows, introduces the Clean Up command (to hide read articles immediately when the app is set to hide read articles), adjusts …

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How to drive it (and the best options)

Rumors of “Dark Souls coming to Mac” have been circulating for some time. After all, a Reddit user actually found evidence that a Mac version was in the works. That was many years ago, but players continue to ask on forums, Reddit and Twitter, about a Dark Souls Mac version. And that’s understandable. Dark Souls is an excellent third-person action …

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Pixelmator 2.6 adds pointer support and more than 70 keyboard shortcuts for iPad users

The modernization of Pixelmator continues rapidly with the addition of more iPad-friendly features in version 2.6. Earlier this year, Pixelmator 2.5 added the built-in iOS and iPadOS document reader along with nine categories of preset image templates. The latest version continues where 2.5 ended with support for iPadOS pointers. Whether you use Magic Keyboard’s trackpad with iPad or other trackpad …

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Turn your Raspberry Pi into a Mac or PC with Twister OS

Boring with the Raspberry Pi’s standard desktop? You can try another distro or desktop, but if you want something that feels more familiar, it’s Twister OS. Twister OS is designed for Raspberry Pi and delivers a number of alternative desktop themes that mimic Windows and macOS. How to grab Twister OS, install it, and turn your $ 50 Raspberry Pi …

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iBackup Viewer for Mac. Download for free [Latest Version] Mac os

iBackup Viewer manages to retrieve information from iPhone and iPad backups, including contacts, call logs, text messages, web visits, website bookmarks, photos, and iPhone apps. How does it work? iTunes backs up iPhone and iPad content in unreadable database and files. This makes it difficult to get the necessary information for the backed up files. iBackup Viewer loads and analyzes …

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How to show and hide system selection panels in macOS

Sometimes you may have to hide the system settings in macOS to prevent unwanted changes (I’m looking at you, my wife!). This is how: 1) Go to the Apple menu and select System Preferences. You can customize which system settings you want to display 2) Under the View menu, click Customize. 3) Check marks appear on all System Selection items …

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Apple gives CEO Tim Cook the first major share package since 2011

Apple on Tuesday gave CEO Tim Cook 333,987 restricted stock units, with the potential to earn as many as 667,974 more, if the company achieves performance targets under his leadership, in management’s first share premium since 2011. Each restricted stock unit represents the right to receive, by settlement, a share of the shares. Apple CEO Tim Cook Stephen Nellis for …

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How to merge two macOS accounts into one

If you have two macOS accounts on a single machine and want to merge them into one, macOS does not offer an easy way to do this, but it is still not very difficult. While you can mess with file and folder permissions, my suggestion is to kill multiple birds in one stone by archiving and deleting the unwanted account. …

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