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[[http://iterm.sourceforge.net/ iTerm]] - An alternative to the default terminal.app that comes with OSX
 
[[http://iterm.sourceforge.net/ iTerm]] - An alternative to the default terminal.app that comes with OSX
  
[[http://cyberduck.io/ cyberduck]] - SCP client, to allow to upload files to Redbrick
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[[http://cyberduck.io/ Cyberduck]] - SCP client, to allow to upload files to Redbrick
  
 
[[http://quicksilver.blacktree.com/ Quicksilver]] - For app launching. Like spotlight but better
 
[[http://quicksilver.blacktree.com/ Quicksilver]] - For app launching. Like spotlight but better

Latest revision as of 20:14, 4 April 2014

Here's a list of recommended software for OSX for those new to the OS. Not this is aimed at a core list of useful utilities, rather than a massive list, so keep additions that are useful to Redbrick folk who have just got a Mac.

General Software

[iTerm] - An alternative to the default terminal.app that comes with OSX

[Cyberduck] - SCP client, to allow to upload files to Redbrick

[Quicksilver] - For app launching. Like spotlight but better

[Chrome] - Mozilla based browser, tailor-made for OSX

[Adium] - A free instant messaging application for Mac OS X that can connect to AIM, MSN, Jabber, Yahoo, and more.

[A dashboard widget of the o2sms script, by mackers@netsoc.

System Tools

[VirtualBox] - Software to allow you to run Windows and others OSes under OSX

[Bootcamp] - Sets up a dual boot configuration with Windows or OSes

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