MAC app store provides tons of various apps one of them is Invoicing app. Invoicing can be boring; time consuming, and even can become a frustration for users. To get rid of these problems users can get web based online invoicing with less hassle. The Invoice apps helps... Read More
In their book Ultimate Guide to Link Building, link-building experts Eric Ward and Garrett French offer straightforward advice to help you earn a higher search engine ranking and increase the authority and popularity of your site. In this edited excerpt, the authors outline different types of content that can attract attention, and links back to your site from other sites.... Read More
It’s the holidays and the special Apple fans in your life have their fingers crossed for some new gadgets to unwrap. But you’ve got a problem: The bank account isn’t quite robust enough to pay full price for an iPhone 5 or the latest Mac. What to do?
Luckily, Macworld has you covered with a variety of suggestions for getting Apple gear in a cost-effective fashion, along with the pros and... Read More
The world of open source software offers free alternatives to just about any expensive commercial package you might care to name, but there’s no denying that some of them are better than others.
Firefox, LibreOffice, and GIMP are a few of the better-known examples with a reputation for quality and stability, but there are plenty of other worthy contenders out there as well.... Read More
A Web page can be a busy place. Numerous elements vie for your attention. Animated banners, comment threads, buttons, and options you never use all conspire to detract from whatever you’re trying to read or view. It doesn’t have to be that way: Below are four free Google Chrome extensions that give the Web some breathing room. By stripping away... Read More
Apps for accepting customer credit cards on mobiledevices such as smartphones and tablets are becoming big business. Take for instance San Francisco-based mobile payments startup Square, which recently inked a deal with Starbucks to process all... Read More
This is an update of a post written nearly three years ago. Because I continue to encounter the problem on new PCs, I figured it was time to revisit it for those users who missed the original article.
I’ll bet good money this has happened to you: You step away from the computer for a little while, and when you come back, all your windows and work are gone.... Read More
I recently had the opportunity to attend Adobe’s Reviewer’s Workshop in New York, where they covered the new CS6 product suite, including major overhauls to Illustrator, aspects of Photoshop, and the official launch of Adobe Muse.
More interestingly, to me at least, was the new Creative Cloud subscription service. Creatives, especially small agencies and freelancers, have long struggled... Read More
Before digital cameras, the only way to get a digital image was to take a picture with a film camera, get the film developed, then have the photographic print or slide digitized using a scanner. When digital cameras launch, all you had to do to make the effective purchase was to choose the camera with the highest figure of megapixels.... Read More
Data encryption is a complicated subject, but our top-level overview and general guide to email encryption will help you understand the basics.
Even if you never email sensitive information–social security numbers, banking info, business secrets, and so on–you should consider using encryption. Aside from... Read More