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Free or Inexpensive Macintosh Software

Treat yourself to free or almost free software for your Macintosh in the New Year! Attorney Randy Singer updated his list of very useful applications that could help you with your technology tasks. He includes a short description of each title and links to their home pages. He lists 44 applications. See his list at: http://www.macattorney.com/free.html Randy Singer co-authored The Macintosh Bible (4th, 5th, and 6th editions) and is the head of the Mac Attorney User Group.

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Look Before You Leap

Attorney Randy Singer has a new web page that many Macintosh users will find helpful. It is designed to answer several questions that come up all the time, including whether to upgrade to the latest version of the Mac OS when it first comes out, what does it matter if one doesn’t upgrade, etc. and it gives tips on doing such an upgrade, including info on backing up and doing a clean install. The page is free and totally non-commercial: Upgrading to the Very Latest…

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