Gizmodo is reporting that pirated copies of the Photoshop cs4 crack have been determined to have a trojan which gives an attacker root access to your machine. I know this is a sensitive topic to discuss here but I have a question: What can you do to search to see if you have been infected? I did not use a photoshop cs4 crack per se, but my machine was exposed to a similar file that is close enough to scare the bejesus out of me.
I have Adobe Photoshop CS3 installed in my macbook ... I dont really use the Adobe Bridge software that came along with it. During install, it never asked me for a custom installation so it ended up getting installed in my mac. Can I uninstall it using AppCleaner and not affect my Photoshop CS3?
Are you using the Mac or Windows version, (via Bootcamp/Fusion)? Which version is better to buy, Mac or Windows? If you read in the adobe user forums it seems a lot of Mac users buy Adobe Suites in the Windows version and run it via Bootcamp? Or, am I mistaken? I'm about to order CS4 Design Premium and I want to make sure I order what's easiest to learn and best to use.
I find myself occasionally wanting to edit images, splice 2 or more images together, or just do some real basic photo editing and cant justify the cost of photoshop since I will NEVER use it to even 15% of its potential. What is a good (preferably free but under $25 is okay) app for osx that I can download?
I have tried and it has me download Akamai Downloader Manager. Then When I open that it says that there is a Disk l/O error, I have over 80 GB of disk space, why is this happening? The other problem I had was the same thing but Network connection Error, when I had full internet
if there was another program available for mac that preformed a similar function to that of Adobe Indesign CS3? I have heard of a program called Swift Publisher, but that does not seem to suit my needs fully. Pages also seems to be a tad too simple for what I intend it to be. So, to restate, is there a program which performs a similar function to that of Adobe Indesign?
I'm a college student working on a database project for a class where I need to make an ER Model for a final project and I wasn't sure if anyone knew of free modeling software that I could use for Mac? (Otherwise it will be time in the lab using Visio on a PC )
but how do I buy DRM-free music on iTunes? Do I have to upgrade my current library to DRM-free before I can buy a DRM-free song? Is there a way of telling if a song is DRM-free, such as a icon in the corner? Because for the life of me, I can't seem to find any DRM-free songs, and I have iTunes 802...
MacHeist are promoting the new 'Calcbot' application for iPad and iPhone from Tapbots and if you post a promotional messsage for them on your Facebook account you can download a free copy of Socialite.
Socialite ($30) is a Mac OS X app designed by Realmac Software to make it easy to stay in touch with the social networks and services that matter to you. Browse and update Facebook, Flickr, digg, twitter and more from the comforts of one app. Best of all, it's yours today for free, courtesy MacHeist to celebrate the launch of Calcbot!
I've quickly searched around, and found too many options and no idea about the quality of each. One site has one list of ten "best" free video file converters, while another site has a completey different list of ten "best"!
So, I can't figure out what a good well-known, easy to use one is. I want to be able to convert random different types of video files into DVD-quality files to watch on my DVD player, and I want the quality to be good.
I hope everybody is doing good out there! So here is my question...... I am looking for some free or open source Network Management Software, I have recently purchased some new computers, and I would like to start managing all of my computers, and printers on my home network along with possibly some basic network security.
I recently bought a 17-inch iMac from eBay for a sweet price, it's here now, in literraly new condition. It had Leopard on it, and I wanted to wipe it, and reinstall OSX using my Macbook Pro's Tiger Disc. Wait, isn't that illegal? No. I had Tiger on my Mac, upgraded it to Leopard. Now the Tiger disc is no longer used on the computer. Unfortunately unnoticed by me the Tiger disc was a Macbook Pro install disc. So I had recently upgraded my Macbook Pro to Snow Leopard. Now, the thing was, the Tiger disc and the Leopard upgrade disc was freed up from binding to my Macbook Pro. The iMac came, I wiped it's hard drive using the Macbook Pro Tiger Disc. Whoopsie. I tried installing Tiger on the iMac. No juice. I then learned that that tiger disc was limited to use for the Macbook Pro. So then I pulled out the Snow Leopard disc (Single License), and I 'm installing it on the iMac. This is not legal.