Narrow your search
Simple-to-use task scheduler for your Mac.
Create and edit configuration files.
OS X IPFW firewall front-end with bandwidth management, NAT setup, logs, etc.
Manage system and user services on your Mac.
Easy-to-use, yet powerful utility that runs things automatically.
Lat Long is a very handy utility for retrieving the latitude or longitude of any point on a map.This tool has a multitude of uses. Use it quickly...
Lightweight backup app.
Update DynIPs at dyndns.servermaster.de.
Use the darwin ident daemon.
Lingon is a graphical user interface for creating and editing launchd configuration files for Mac OS X Snow Leopard. You can use launchd on a Mac...
A quick adjustment of the timeout values for key processes can greatly speed up otherwise laggy shutdowns in OS X.
Creating new files and folders gives them a default permissions set that can allow access to them from other account, which may be concerning at first glance.
While Apple's new Notification Center has its conveniences, some may prefer not to use it, but there's no direct way to turn it off.
Adobe's new updating process should keep Mac users running the latest version of Adobe's popular Web plug-in.
While the use of system preferences is an easy option, this setting can be scripted for quick reversion either manually or by scheduling.
While this means of exploiting Mac systems via Microsoft Office is old and has been patched, this marks the first time Office documents have been used to exploit OS X systems.
Automating tasks in OS X is exceptionally useful, but while Apple has some options for scripting workflows, it does not offer many options to trigger them. Griffin's Proxi application may be the answer.
Understanding what happens when your Mac boots may help when troubleshooting problems during the boot process.
Sometimes even though a wireless network is available, after waking from sleep OS X may not connect to it. Here is a workaround that will keep the system connected.
There are several ways to look up command manual pages in the OS X Terminal.