This year Apple released OS X 10.11, as known as El Capitan. This has not been a good update for me.
Read more →After six years with my former web and e-mail providers, I have moved. The decision to move providers is never simple as a move demands rigour, planning, and significant effort to get right.
Read more →News of the latest update to Power Manager is racing around the world. I know because I am watching it unfold before me. The traffic flowing around the DssW web site is placing small bubbles of activity over a map of world. Each bubble representing a page being viewed or an interaction with the web site.
Read more →I have learnt from bitter experience not to try and launch multiple updates at once. Or at least not to try and launch multiple products in a synchronised manner. There is too much pressure, too much to get wrong, and too much to coordinate.
Read more →Today I published my first WordPress plugin. The plugin is called “Miln Help Book Search” and it lets Mac applications offer better help.
Read more →Our third application on the Mac App Store is being rolled out. Over the next 24 hours, Sleep Monitor Lite will become available to buy on the store. This new application joins Activity Audit and Battery Report on the Mac App Store.
Read more →Our latest update to Activity Audit is now available on the Mac App Store. This update brings the Mac App Store version back in line with the version available direct from DssW.
Read more →Megan has mentioned free press release services before. For yesterday’s launch of Power Manager 4.0.3, we added a couple of new services to the mix. widepr.com published on the release date. prlog.org published on the release date. 24-7 Press Release published on the release date. SanePR published immediately. I found their web site’s member section to be extremely slow, with page response times over one minute. free-press-release.com published immediately. prMac.
Read more →Power Manager is today’s featured product on MacSoftwareSpotlight. Power Manager is the Mac’s leading energy saving solution.
For the next 24 hours, you can buy Power Manager and get yourself a 20% discount thanks to MacSoftwareSpotlight.
Read more →Last week, DssW launched a new preview of Power Manager 4. This preview introduced AppleScript support. To celebrate we made chocolate and walnut muffins.
AppleScript is never easy to implement. I have been planning our AppleScript implementation for more than a year. That planning paid off and the work involved was pleasantly stress free. As ever, a few esoteric aspects of AppleScript’s requirements caused moments of wonder but nothing requiring a change of course.
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