HyperDock 1.0 brings Windows 7 desktop features to Snow Leopard


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By Nick Peers

Are you looking to combine the best bits of Windows 7’s desktop with your Snow Leopard-powered Mac? HyperDock 1.0 aims to fill in the gaps by bringing two of Windows 7’s best features — pop-up thumbnail previews of open windows and programs, and the ability to quickly and easily snap two windows side-by-side on-screen — to the Mac desktop.

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February 6, 2011

Get one of Windows 7’s best features on your Mac desktop

Get one of Windows 7's best features on your Mac desktop

By Nick Peers

DockView

Many people consider the Mac OS X desktop superior to Windows, which perhaps explains why there are so many utilities for Windows users that try to mimic elements like the Mac OS X Dock in Windows. But Windows 7 introduced some nifty new features of its own that suddenly become notable by their absence on the Mac.

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January 15, 2011

Lala could make iTunes’ Genius smarter


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By Joe Wilcox, Betanews

Apple’s apparent acquisition of music streaming service Lala is about improving iTunes music discovery and competitively combating Google search as a music discovery tool tied to free music streaming services. I say apparent acquisition because there is no official confirmation from Apple, although I’d be shocked if All Things Digital’s Peter Kafka got it wrong. He has confirmation of a done deal, and Kafka’s reporting record is outstandingly excellent.

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December 7, 2009