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TechTool Protogo - complete package

Even Macs need a little TLC now and then, and TechTool's reputation combined with mobile convenience makes this a great utility to have on hand.

By May 2, 2007

4 stars Editors' rating May 2, 2007

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TechTool Pro goes 64-bit, offering enhanced RAM testing

The new RAM testing routines offer extensive information reports as well as optimized code for addressing all available memory at once.

By June 20, 2013


A tour of DJ TechTools (photos)

Photos from Crave's tour of DJ TechTools' San Francisco office, including shots of the company's handmade DJ controllers.

6 Images By April 6, 2012


DJ TechTools' Ean Golden

We talk with Ean Golden of DJ TechTools and tour his San Francisco-based company, specializing in a unique line of computer-connected DJ gear with a retro arcade feel.

By April 6, 2012


Weekly Utilities Update: TechTool Deluxe, Cocktail, MainMenu, more...

Our Weekly Utilities Update report is a list of all the updates for many Mac utilities that have been released in the past week. While utilities can be any tool that helps you perform a task (including image manipulation and synchronization), our main foc

By September 11, 2009


Weekly Utilities Update: Drive Genius, TechTool Pro, MacDust, more...

One common frustration some people have had with external drives is when they persistently spin and whirr. While the noise in drives has decreased over the years of development, the noise is still enough to disturb concentration in quiet environments. We

By April 23, 2009


TechTool Pro 4.6.1 not working under Leopard for all users

Reminder: Recreate your eDrive.

By December 12, 2007


TechTool Pro 4.6.1 gains Leopard compatibility, users report success

Update resolves eDrive issue.

By December 5, 2007


TechTool Pro 4 not compatible with Leopard (Mac OS X 10.5)

Yet another reminder to hold off on disk repair utilities after installing Leopard.

By October 24, 2007


Create ozone to zap germs off your food

The Lotus Sanitizing System is a high-tech salad spinner that actually creates ozone, which clings to fungus and bacteria on your food and kills them off. CNET News.com's Michael Kanellos shows how the device works, and whether it's worth an investment.

December 19, 2007