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Troubleshooting utility news and updates

Our utilities update report is a column on updates for Mac utilities that have been released in the past week, which this week covers some maintenance tools, drive management tools, and file recovery options.

By April 18, 2011

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Adium 1.4b1 released for Mac with Twitter support

The third-party social messaging client Adium has released the 1.4b1 beta version of their software. This version provides support for the popular micro-blogging Web site, Twitter, as well as many other feature updates and bug fixes. Adium is a free, open

By May 19, 2009

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Utilities Updates: EasyFind 3.9; Skype 1.4.0.49; Duplicate Annihilator 2.6.0; XMenu 1.8; more

Utilities Updates: EasyFind 3.9; Skype 1.4.0.49; Duplicate Annihilator 2.6.0; XMenu 1.8; more

By May 11, 2006

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Linux gets heart transplant with 2.6.0

Top programmers release a major update to Linux, version 2.6.0, a change that's expected to help carry the open-source operating system into new markets.

By December 17, 2003

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Linux 2.6.0 heart transplant imminent

Top programmers are set to release a major update to Linux, version 2.6.0, a change that's expected to help carry the open-source operating system into new markets.

By December 17, 2003

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Open source looks ahead

Linux gets a heart transplant with version 2.6.0, the first major change to the OS in nearly three years. Meanwhile, Red Hat plans an app server for 2004, and OpenOffice and others have news.

By December 18, 2003

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Week in review: Antitrust again

Just as it seemed Microsoft was finally making headway in putting antitrust troubles behind it, the software giant again found itself accused of anticompetitive behavior.

By December 19, 2003

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Year in review: Linux under attack

Lawsuits, threats and conspiracy theories swirled across the open-source landscape as the Linux operating system gained new converts.

By December 19, 2003

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Linux guru: Move quickly to new kernel

The programmer in charge of the current version of the heart of Linux plans to curtail the adding of new features in order to encourage a move to the upcoming kernel, a decision that's irked some.

By December 5, 2003