Google releases ‘Toolbox’, Apple posts Mac tutorials for PC users

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Google has released an open source Google Toolbox for Mac. The Toolbox provides sample code for developers and is licensed under the Apache License 2.0.

Apple has launched a series of “How to” videos for PC users that are interested in switching to Macs. The 3 tutorials include Anatomy of a Mac which introduces Finder, Dashboard, Mail, Safari, iChat, Address Book, iCal, Preview, iTunes, iPhoto, iMovie, Spaces, Time Machine, and System Preferences to PC Users. The other two tutorials, Move to a Mac and Windows on a Mac, show users how to move their files to a Mac, and how they can run Windows on their Macs, should they choose to do so.

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