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Is Your Machine Good Enough for Snow Leopard K64?

"K64" is what Apple refers to as the 64-bit version of the kernel beginning with Snow Leopard

2008

Apple - Mac - Quel MacBook êtes-vous ? - Tableau de comparaison

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Arghhh, plus de FireWire sur les MacBook. Parfaitement con !

Return to Dark Castle

Yes, it's done, the long awaited sequel to the classic is finally available for purchase!

Japanese inn Yoritsuki icons

by 1 other (via)
This file contains 35 Mac icons that are associated with hot springs in Japan.

Plainview: OS X full-screen web browser

by 2 others
Plainview is a Mac OS X Cocoa app that uses WebKit

MercuryMover

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With MercuryMover, you can move and resize windows on your Mac from the keyboard

Mac Mod Lab. New Mac Mini Pro

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Le blog Hahabusa montre un mod incroyablement réussi du Mac mini qui préfigure ce que pourrait-être une telle mini tour.

dotmac - Google Code

by 2 others
Data synchronization for any application that supports .Mac

2007

Versions - Mac Subversion Client

by 10 others, 1 comment
Versions is the first Mac OS X Subversion client that won't make you long for the command line interface anymore. Without over-simplifying the way Subversion is structured, Versions gives a clear overview and all the tools you'll need

Nocturne

by 1 other
Nocturne is (yet another) simple app for switching a computer to night vision mode

MacBook - Appledefects

by 1 other
Comprendre et résoudre les problèmes liés au MacBook

Sparkle

by 1 other
Sparkle is a module that developers can stick in their Cocoa applications (five-step install!) to get instant self-update functionality.

MacFUSE - Google Code

by 6 others
Besides making many existing FUSE file systems available on Mac OS X, MacFUSE opens up a whole new set of opportunities for Macintosh developers, who can now put intuitive and innovative interfaces around all kinds of information.

Hidden Feature of OS X: CUPS

The Common UNIX Printing System is installed by every Mac by default. It's a print server with a brilliant web-interface allowing flexibility that the System Preferences' Print & Fax pane does not support.