Links

The links below are a range of helpful sites that I use regularly and may be of use to you in the fantastic world of the internet.

Disclaimer: I am in no way affiliated with any of the above sites and although I recommend them, I cannot be held accountable for their content or their views.

Software & Update Downloads

The internet can be a great source of shareware, freeware and software updates to help you make the most of your computer. The following websites can show you where to find them.

Apple Computer

The official websites for Apple and Apple Australia

Online Help

In addition to the above sites, the following websites may be useful when troubleshooting your machine.

Peripherals

For information on the latest products from various third party manufacturers or to download the latest drivers, head to the manufacturers websites.

www.epson.com.au – Epson Printers and Scanners

www.brother.com.au – Brother Printers and Scanners

www.canon.com.au - Canon Printers, Scanners, Digital Cameras

www.hp.com.au – Hewlett-Packard Printers and Scanners

www.logitech.com – Computer Mice, Keyboards, Webcams

www.lacie.com – Burners, External Hard Drives

www.iomega.com.au – External Drives

www.belkin.com.au – Accessories for Mac, iPhone and iPad and more.

www.westerndigital.com.au – Hard Drives, External Drives

The Rumour Mill

Want to stay in touch with the latest in Apple technology and future plans? Check these websites out!

www.macrumors.com

Interface Enchancements

There are some great websites out there to customise the look and feel of your Mac, the also offer a large range of their own links to other similar sites.

Games & Entertainment

The more entertainment inclined can find some of the latest product news, demos and information at the following websites.

Mailing Lists

Mailing lists can be a great source of information and tech support for your computer. Apple Computer runs a variety of mailing lists covering all aspects of computing. To find out more, or to subscribe to any of these, head to the following address:

On a more local level, the WA Mac User Group (WAMUG) or Geraldton Mac User Group (GMUG) run a mailing list, of which I am a corporate member. The WA Mac User Group (WAMUG) also have monthly meetings. Further information can be found here:

Another local good website is MacTalk, which is growing to be one of the biggest forum sites in Australia. Well worth a look.