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The most common ways for launching applicaitons in OS X are to either double-click them directly in the Finder, or to click those that are in the Dock. Besides these methods there are several alternative ways to access applications, which may be useful depending on various problems or situations you may find yourself in.
Most Mac OS X applicaitons are essentially folders that contain all the resources required to run. As such, when users wish to remove an application, it's usually as easy as deleting the ".app" file in the Applications folder. However, this is not always
There are several approaches you can take to find your Mac's serial number.
Internet Explorer resumed growth in browser usage in March, reversing a years-long slide at least for now. IE9 in particular grew fast, but Microsoft is weak in mobile browsing.
After installing the latest version of OS X, a few people have found some programs (iLife applications in particular) will not launch.
New AT&T survey asks about iPhone 3G, GPS, MMS, third-party app support
An ongoing issue with Adobe Photoshop CS5 that a few people are experiencing is the menu items will not work and instead will appear greyed out after a while of using the program. In some instances only a subset of menu options will be inactive, but in other instances the full menu set will not work.
Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week.
Apple's latest bout of knowledgebase updates includes a number of small pointers for people using their iPhones.
Sometimes people may find an application missing that was included with the OS X installation. If this happens there are several ways to restore the missing application.