OS X is a great operating system, and Apple is very particular about how things should be done. It isn’t very likely to change a feature or function to mimic how other operating systems work. For those of you who once used a Windows PC and later switched to a Mac, or continue to use both, you will undoubtedly have noticed the unconventional behavior of the maximize/zoom button in OS X. This green button that you will find on all types of windows in Mac, when clicked, maximizes a window such that the content is visible at its original size. It does not maximize the window so that it fills all available space on the screen, as the sme button in Windows does. Right Zoom is a free Mac app that allows you to change this behavior of the green traffic light button, and mimic the maximize function in Windows. The app lets you choose which app windows the change will effect, and once you’ve set the new behavior of the zoom button, you can exit the app.
Giving a demo of a software/service or giving a presentation is very common these days, but to understand them properly is not easy. ZoomIt is a free tool that lets you zoom and draw while giving presentation or a demo, in other words it enlightens your presentation so that it can be easily understandable.
It sits on the system tray and can be activated by using custom hotkeys. Press Ctrl+1 to activate zoom and start zooming in/out using the arrows keys or mouse wheel, to finish zoom mode press Esc.Read More
Do you want to view images in an acceptable way in Firefox? Here, acceptable way means that you are able to view them in an exciting new way with any background color of your choice, zoom inside those pictures, and drag them across the screen. ImageTweak is a small add-on for Firefox that does exactly this but with a little twist.Read More