I realised when I was getting my system back to normal (HD faliure – probably post on this at some point) that I have not written any posts about any of the really great freeware I use on my Mac.
I realise that a lot of people do these top ten lists for interesting software or fun software for Macs. And a lot of them list programs you have to pay for.
My list is for USEFUL SOFTWARE I USE ALL THE TIME.
And of course all software listed here is 100% FREE SOFTWARE.
There is NO payware or shareware included.
So here’s my up to date list of all the software I consider indispensable for my happy Mac life. These are vaguely in order of how often I use them. Continue reading
Categories: Essential OS X Freeware: Top Ten, Free Software, Mac & OS X
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Thought I’d post this up quickly as I had to do it for someone recently.
I have been told that Photoshop does actually have a colour wheel somewhere but I couldn’t find it. In any case, the general online consensus is that it is not worth the time it takes to find it, being completely and utterly deficient on so many levels. And the fact that there are so many payware programs available which provide a colour wheel suggest that I am not the only one who has tried to remedy this.
So I had a quick surf around and came up with this: