iPod games…no, I don’t mean those you can download directly from the app store onto that glorified iPhone sans the phone bit! What I mean is the games that were designed for the ‘real’ iPod with a click wheel. With the release of iTunes 7 in September 2006, Apple put up some third party games […]

Yes, OS X (or MacOS) has in-built functionality for burning CDs or DVDs via the Finder or Disk Utility, but sometimes we all want a little more… In steps Disco, an incredibly polished app sadly discontinued in 2011 but still very useful today. The developers have even made the app free with the license name […]

Keka is a free file archiver for macOS and is used for all the files stored on this website.  Through a very slick interface and a drag and drop approach (both via the open app or the dock icon), it allows you to compress files in multiple formats; 7z, Zip, Tar, Gzip, Bzip2, DMG, ISO. […]

Thanks to ‘SourceSunTom’ over at http://leopardrebirth.net/, PowerPC enthusiasts now have a package available that skins a Leopard (10.5) mac to appear running MacOS Sierra. There is a thread going on over at MacRumors discussing this and you can download the latest package (1.2) here or the LeopardRebirth homepage. System Requirements Mac OS X 10.5 Leopard PowerPC G4 or […]

CronniX is an Aqua front-end to the powerful Unix tool “cron”. Cron is a Unix system service that allows scheduled execution of scripts, programs, applications – in short anything that can be started from the command line. This includes OSX applications and AppleScripts. The Lirko.Online server used to run on OS X 10.11 (El Capitan) […]

When Leopard (OS X 10.5) was released back in 2007 it requited at least a G4 867mhz processor which at that time left a lot of people out of the experience. However, we now know that although it will not install directly it can be ran on any Mac with G4 processor and AGP graphics. […]