Computers were supposed to make work easier. But all the different kinds of documents, data and sources we work with on a daily basis add up. So it’s easy to wind up a tangled workflow that costs productivity.
If you spend any amount of time at the keyboard, you’re probably wasting a good chunk of it. That’s largely thanks to correcting typos, but also typing common text strings like your name, email address, etc.
Regular use of any Mac means a lot of work for its drive. With all that mileage, like any machine it’s going to develop problems. So to make sure your Mac leads a long, productive life, you’ve got to get ahead of drive issues.
Capturing, converting, editing, burning to DVD. Each of the many ways we work with digital media files requires the right software. Roxio Toast has long been seen as one of the top digital media apps for Mac. With the latest version, Toast 16 Titanium, that title seems even more secure.
Writing at the computer and on a mobile device can feel like totally different processes. Usually, the tools on one aren’t available – or just work differently – on the other. Not to mention the awkwardness of writing with only two thumbs.
Holiday shopping isn’t for everybody. For every credit card warrior who can’t wait to push away from the Thanksgiving table and hurdle toward a spot in the Black Friday lines, there’s a conscientious objector who just wishes Black Friday hysteria would go away.
The best laid plans often go awry, and so do our hard drives. Then there are times when we accidentally delete files, including important business documents and precious family photos. That’s why it pays to have the tools on hand to prevent and recover from the loss of key data.