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101. CASADY & GREENEConflict Catcher
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102. DiskGuard Security Software
103. SVR MAGIC for NetWare Upg Kit
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104. Sorenson Video 3 Windows
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105. Powerprint for Networks 4.5
106. Powerprint 4.5 Connects Macs to
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107. Hard Disk Toolkit PE 4.5 (50-user)
108. MacLinkPlus for iMac Version
109. PowerRip Pro 5000 5.2 Epson Stylus
110. Softwindows 98 5.1
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111. Action Gomac Adds Windows Like
112. Pitstop Professional 6.0 1 Cpu
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113. FileGuard Security Software to
114. CYLOGISTICS Darwin 7.0 ( Macintosh
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115. MacLinkPlus Deluxe 13.0 French
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116. Stuffit Deluxe French Version
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117. Quickeys For Macintosh (10 User)

101. CASADY & GREENEConflict Catcher 9 Upgrade (Macintosh)
list price: $29.95
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Asin: B00005V6FV
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Casady and Greene
Sales Rank: 8846
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Features

  • With Conflict Catcher 9, you can prevent hardware and software conflicts before they happen!
  • Manage your strt-up files and plug-ins to prevents freezes & crashes
  • Merge your older system folders into a newer one quickly and easily
  • Check out the new group links like AOL and MS Office
  • More Reference Library definitions and hot links to all your startup files

102. DiskGuard Security Software
list price: $49.95
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Asin: B00005YWGI
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intego
Sales Rank: 11648
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103. SVR MAGIC for NetWare Upg Kit

Asin: B00008UAFU
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Powerquest
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104. Sorenson Video 3 Windows
list price: $499.00
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Asin: B000069K0G
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Victory Multimedia
Sales Rank: 12914
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105. Powerprint for Networks 4.5
list price: $249.00
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Asin: B00002S6YY
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Infowave Software
Sales Rank: 10202
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Amazon.com Product Description

PowerPrint for Networks combines Infowave's award-winning suite of PowerPrint printer drivers, a fast 10/100BaseT print server, and a printer cable to provide Ethernet network printing connectivity from a Macintosh to over 1,600 ink-jet, laser, and specialty PC printers.

Whether you have a Mac network or mixed environment with Macs and PCs, PowerPrint for Networks makes sharing a low-cost, non-Postscript printer into an Ethernet network easy and affordable.

PowerPrint for Networks supports most common network environments, including Mac OS, Windows NT, Windows for Workgroups, Unix, and Novell.

PowerPrint for Networks expands the choice of specialty printers available to Macintosh users, including impact printers as well as high-speed form and label printers. ... Read more


106. Powerprint 4.5 Connects Macs to PC Printers

Asin: B00002S785
Catlog: Software
Publisher: STRYDENT SOFTWARE
Sales Rank: 10952
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107. Hard Disk Toolkit PE 4.5 (50-user)
list price: $1,005.00
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Asin: B00005RV5G
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FWB Software LLC
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108. MacLinkPlus for iMac Version

Asin: B00002S7ED
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
Sales Rank: 9332
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Amazon.com Review

The iMac comes bundled with AppleWorks, a great application suite that lets you create world-class documents in no time flat. But what about sharing your work with the world? Or opening non-AppleWorks files that the world has sent to you? To solve these problems, you'll need MacLinkPlus for iMac.

Compressed files are elegantly handled, with Zip and StuffIt among the compression formats supported. You can even see previews of documents inside of the MacLinkPlus application before making the choice to decompress or translate them. About the only thing the iMac version won't touch are database files--for that you'll need to purchase MacLinkPlus Deluxe.

DataViz anticipated iMac users' needs with this special edition of their MacLinkPlus software. Improved from the version included with AppleWorks, this invaluable program acts as a translator to and from AppleWorks and just about any Windows or Mac application in existence. Now you can simply double-click on files with foreign-looking endings and see them open up in AppleWorks, properly formatted. MacLinkPlus can also decipher files garbled during e-mail processes, even if you can't determine the source application. Conversely, you can take your AppleWorks text, graphics, or spreadsheet document and save it in a way that enables others on different platforms to open your files. --Jack Gardiner ... Read more


109. PowerRip Pro 5000 5.2 Epson Stylus Printer

Asin: B00002S72K
Catlog: Software
Publisher: BIRMY GRAPHICS
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110. Softwindows 98 5.1

Asin: B00004DTSR
Catlog: Software
Publisher: FWB Software LLC
Sales Rank: 4753
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars reliable softwindows
softwindows 98 is just like windows 98 but only softwindows works for your average macintosh therefor providing a happy medium! although it is a tad slow sometimes, it is, on the whole, a fairly reliable system. At the moment there are software kits to help you get up and running if your version of softwindows isn't working (usually occurs on the imac due to a bug that is going around at the moment). Another useful thing about softwindows is it can run any windows program on a macintosh. now i might be repeating myself a bit but i think that's really cool (for all ages). ... Read more


111. Action Gomac Adds Windows Like Task Bar in to Your Mac
list price: $39.95
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Asin: B00004RRQ0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Power On Software
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Clever. The one worthwhile Windows tool missing on the Mac.
I've been using this desktop navigation utility ever since it first appeared about 5 or 6 years ago, as a ten-buck shareware application, when the most up-to-date Mac OS was OS 7.6.

What is it? Action GoMac provides a Windows-like "Start" button, located precisely where you would expect a Start button to be if you were a Windows user. In this respect, GoMac is "more than useful" for Windows users acclimating themselves to the Mac OS for the first time. But it gets better.

GoMac is a Start button on steroids. Like the Windows version, it provides a Start Menu for navigation through folders and files, a QuickLaunch toolbar across the bottom of the screen where files and applications can be launched with single clicks and files can be "dragged and dropped" for opening, application buttons showing which applications are currently running, and, on the far right, a Clock Tray (including a pop-up calendar). The application buttons can be toggled either by mouse action or they can be tabbed through. A preference is provided for which only the active application (and its files) is open on the screen; alternately, all open applications and files can appear in separate windows if desired. An "Auto Hide" feature can be selected so that the GoMac bar disappears except when the cursor is over it. (Otherwise, one is left with the usual "Windows clutter.")

The "steroids" enter the picture by way of the total flexibility with which the Start Menu and the QuickLaunch features can be programmed and arranged. Virtually anything - application, file, control panel, driver - can be placed in either location, providing unlimited flexibility and personalization. In most respects, the Start Menu is both more flexible and easier to customize than the Apple Menu. Even the appearance and size of the Start button itself can be personalized.

Here are a few good ideas that I've discovered, applying to my own method of operation and, possibly, to yours as well:

I put the TC/ICP control panel on the QuickLaunch toolbar. This way, I don't need to go searching for it in the control panels folder should I need to change my Internet connection (either because I'm travelling or because I've suddenly lost either my cable modem service or my phone service).

I put the "Add Alias to Apple Menu" AppleScript icon there as well, giving me "drag and drop" ability to quickly add to the Apple Menu. (Anything may be added to the Start menu by simply dropping it on the Start button.)

I put the Finder icon in the Clock Tray, freeing up space for other application buttons.

Now, in 2002, I'm running OS 9.2.2 on a Powerbook G4, which, with its huge 1152 x 768-pixel display, makes GoMac even more useful. Routinely, I'll have more than two dozen icons in the QuickLaunch toolbar and four or more applications open, with that many toggle buttons showing; the extra-large display certainly helps in this respect

Finally, despite the fact that GoMac has been - for about a year or so - a commercial application at a higher-than-shareware price, it is still a bargain, in terms of what it adds to any Mac running in "Classic" environment.

Users of Mac OS X have entirely different means for navigation, so my comments will not apply to them. But, if you're not on OS X, this utility is well worth your consideration.

5-0 out of 5 stars I can't live without it!
I have been using GoMac for over a year and I absolutely love it. It puts a customizable Windows-like task bar on the bottom of your screen which is much smaller and much less intrusive than the MacOS Control Strip.

But what I really love about this product is the "hide" feature. You can hide the task bar and have it appear only when you move your mouse over the area, but more importantly, it lets you "Hide Programs After Switch." That means that when you switch between programs (using the mouse or keyboard) the other open program becomes completely invisible! No more floating title bars!

Imagine: You can open several programs yet keep your screen tidy without having to constantly minimize. It's so awesome!

Once you use this software, you won't be able to live without it. ... Read more


112. Pitstop Professional 6.0 1 Cpu

Asin: B0000CG470
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Enfocus Software
Sales Rank: 10224
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113. FileGuard Security Software to Control Manage Files
list price: $59.95
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Asin: B00005YWGL
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Intego
Sales Rank: 10250
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114. CYLOGISTICS Darwin 7.0 ( Macintosh )

Asin: B00020DGJA
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Cylogistics
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Features

  • The new set of programming packages offers stronger support for Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) threads
  • High-performance networking facilities and support for multiple integrated file systems
  • Go online for access to new development tools -gcc, gdb, cups, efax, gimp-print, and Rendezvous
  • Powerful new enhancements for more secure connectivity, through the IPv6/IPsec code
  • Also features access to the Linux CVS Repository, for new user-development libraries and scripting language options

115. MacLinkPlus Deluxe 13.0 French
list price: $99.95
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Asin: B00005OMUZ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Dataviz
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116. Stuffit Deluxe French Version 4.5
list price: $79.95
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Asin: B00002S70H
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Aladdin Systems
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117. Quickeys For Macintosh (10 User)
list price: $890.00
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Asin: B00004TZIQ
Catlog: Software
Publisher: CE Software Inc.
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