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Slideshow: 10 Killer Mac Applications

Web apps are the future, but there's still a lot of great software to be downloaded and installed. We picked ten worthy Mac applications, that are tops here and now.
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Let's face it, there aren't a lot of options when it comes to operating systems for computers, particularly if you want to run Mac applications. But Mac OS X is as good as it gets. Sure, there are things to be said for Windows and Linux. But in terms of malware risk, ease of use, and elegance, Mac OS X is largely what makes Mac applications worth using.

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