Expect lots of Microsoft patches next week. Microsoft intends to release ten security bulletins next Tuesday, which will include updates for Windows, Internet Explorer, and Office. Read more “Here comes another big Microsoft Patch Day”

iLife Support 9.0.3

About iLife Support 9.0.3 Provides system software resources that are shared by iLife and other applications. This update addresses general compatibility issues, improves overall stability for the Media Browser, and fixes a number of other minor issues Read more “iLife Support 9.0.3”

iDVD 7.0.4

About iDVD 7.0.4 Let your admiring audience enjoy those movies and slideshows in their living rooms. Quickly create a Hollywood-style disc with iDVD, using Apple-designed animated themes to give your DVD a gorgeous style from main screen to chapter selection. Ten new themes and snappier performance make iDVD more fun than ever. Read more “iDVD 7.0.4”

iMovie 8.0.3

About iMovie 8.0.3 iMovie ’08 Introduced drag-and-drop editing — a fun and easy way to make movies, even if you’ve never edited a single frame. iMovie ’09 takes drag-and-drop editing even further. For starters, it gives you more ways to add clips to your project: Now you can replace or insert clips using a single pop-up menu Read more “iMovie 8.0.3”

Fully patched OS X systems are vulnerable to a serious Java vulnerability that could allow drive-by downloads on your Mac. Learn the what workarounds protect your from this flaw. Read more “Old Java vulnerability plagues fully updated OS X computers”

You can use the Apache web server software included with Mac OS X to host a website on your computer. Before doing so, you should already know how to create HTML pages and build websites. Read more “Mac OS X 10.5: How to enable or disable Web Sharing (Apache)”