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7 Absolutely Helpful Tools For Your Macintosh

 

There are many mac osx apps available out there, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. Today, we are sharing 7 Absolutely Helpful Tools For Your Macintosh. Read each entry in the list and see which mac osx tool suits your needs best.

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SiteSucker

SiteSucker is an Macintosh application that automatically downloads Web sites from the Internet. It does this by copying the site’s Web pages, images, backgrounds, movies, and other files to your local hard drive. SiteSucker can be used to make local copies of Web sites. It can download files unmodified or “localize” the files it downloads, allowing you to browse a site offline.

EasyFind

You can download EasyFind, an alternative to (or supplement of) Spotlight and find files, folders, or contents in any file without indexing. EasyFind is especially useful for those tired of slow or impossible indexing, outdated or corrupted indices, or those just looking for features missing in the Finder or Spotlight.

Screen Record Pro-Lite

Screen Record Pro is very useful to Demo your Software, it support record sound. Screen Record Pro provides all the elements needs to create professional-looking product demonstrations of software applications, can captured games screen, PPT, your image’s slideshow etc. After recording have done, you can share with your parents, business partners or your friends and so on.

Get Backup Lite

Get Backup Lite is a freeware utility for creating backups, and synchronizing folders or computers.

Sofortbild

Sofortbild is a native Mac OS X application for tethered shooting. The software allows you to control any Nikon D3S, D3X, D3, D700, D300S, D300, D200, D7000, D90, D80, D60, D40X, D40, D5100 and D5000 remotely from your Mac via USB or through wired or wireless LAN using a wireless transmitter (on selected models).

Web Slices

Web Slices an application that enables to quickly and view snapshots of websites by creating a personalized press review always updated. It will be possible to capture and view screenshots of sites at regular intervals so you can see also old editions no longer available on the internet. Web Slices it can display both thumbnails and html web pages. You can monitor web pages about changing or updating. Web slices saves image snapshot of the web pages with the possibility to see them offline. Any news from forum pages will automatically captured with the choosing time span or you can capture them by yourself.

Clean

Clean your desktop with one click or clean automatically every day. Clean moves all your files to folder you specify and organizes them by month. So you get a clean desktop every day, but your files are never lost and you can get back to them anytime you want.

7 Absolutely Helpful Tools For Your Macintosh
AN Jay
Wed, 21 Sep 2011 22:26:32 GMT

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