Find Wi-Fi Networks with VirusBarrier X6
If you're in a location with multiple Wi-Fi networks, it can be hard to figure out which is the best one to connect to. VirusBarrier X6 can help - open the program's Network window to view a list of available Wi-Fi networks, complete with the name, channel, and signal strength of each.
Other articles in the series Frontier History
Some software is just hard to pin down. UserLand Software's Frontier 6 defies easy classification: is it a scripting architecture, a Web server, or a hybrid database application? This week, Matt Neuburg explains what Frontier is and why version 6 is worth examining. Also this week, Jeff Hecht bemoans the sad state of fax software, and we note releases of Suitcase 8, Acrobat 4.0, StuffIt Expander and DropStuff updates, and a stock tool for Excel.
Extensis Unpacks New Suitcase 8 -- After resurrecting Suitcase from Symantec's Macintosh product graveyard (see "Extensis Rescuing Suitcase" in TidBITS-466), Extensis announced today that a new version of the venerable font control utility is now available via Extensis's Web siteShow full article
Acrobat 4.0 Released with Limited Mac Support -- Adobe today announced the release of Acrobat 4.0, which boasts improved collaboration and Web features using Portable Document Format (PDF) filesShow full article
StuffIt Expander & DropStuff 5.1.2 -- Aladdin Systems has released version 5.1.2 of both its freeware StuffIt Expander and shareware DropStuff compression utilitiesShow full article
Free Stock Tool for Excel Users -- Jonathan Jackel wrote after reading our article on MacTicker in TidBITS-471 to let us know that he offers a free stock quote tool for Excel called Reval at his "Backtesting Page" Web siteShow full article
Using a modem to send and receive faxes from your computer sounds like a great idea. You won't waste paper printing your documents in order to feed them into a fax machineShow full article
Frontier 6.0 has recently been released by UserLand Software, along with a series of press releases consisting of incomprehensible jargon cemented with gobbledygookShow full article