Drawing on points made in Walter Isaacson's Steve Job bio, The New Yorker's Malcolm Gladwell paints a portrait of the late Apple leader as someone obsessed with tweaking things to perfection.
The beta version of TweakNow PowerPack 2009 1.6.1 provides easy access to dozens of Windows settings and customizations, but not all the program's tools are ready for prime time.
A tool that lets people customize what Web pages can do is coming to Chrome, Google's open-source browser.
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OS X Utilities Updates: PrefEdit; SNAX; SharePoints; MacSniffer; Tweaker; X Sleep; Classic?; more
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Author Malcolm Gladwell suggests that in 50 years' time people will remember the great societal contributions of Bill Gates far better than those of Steve Jobs, whom he describes as "shameless."