There are “treasures buried in Mac OS X; a lot of small but important applications that most users seldom touch or may not know are there for the taking,” Garry Barker reports for The Sydney Morning Herald.
“Joel Gladman, of Apple dealer NextByte, took his shovel to the electronic sandhill last week at a joint multimedia meeting of iMUG and AUSOM, Melbourne’s two Macintosh clubs, to reveal what he said was a treasure trove of almost 30 applications buried in the operating system,” Barker reports.
Barker reports, “We are not talking about the applications bundled with each Mac, such as iPhoto and iMovie. That’s in the obvious and big treasure chest.”
“We’re talking about the many less well-known but still useful applications, many of them hidden in the Utilities folder in the Finder,” Barker reports.
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