The Mac Utility Bundle: 5 apps for $59 (including Parallels 8)

Been patiently waiting for a price drop on Parallels 8? Well you’re in luck, because it’s part of the latest Mac bundle to hit the web this Thanksgiving season. With the Mac Utility Bundle, you get 5 apps for $59 – which is 75% off the total retail price. They include: Parallels 8, Snagit, MacOptimizer, Rubbernet and VirusBarrier. Normally Parallels 8 sells for $80 and it’s arguably the best utility for running Windows right from within Mac OS. Snagit’s another app I use heavily for capturing screenshots for TMA and other projects (it can also do video capturing), and this alone retails for $50. You have 7 days to take advantage of this great Mac Utility bundle, so head over to the Stacksocial page for the complete details.

And if you missed it earlier, the ProductivityMac bundle (9 apps for $29) is still on.

Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac

  • The #1 Rated Utility to Run Windows on Your Mac
  • Run windows on your Mac without rebooting
  • With award-winning virtualization technology, you can run Mac OS X and your favorite Windows applications at the same time
  • Easy to use Mac user interface allows for running Windows on your Mac seamless
  • Over 90 new and improved features

Snagit for Mac

  • The ultimate screen capture tool
  • Enhance images with stamps, text, and effects
  • Organize your screen captures with easy auto-storing and tagging features
  • Share your images and videos to presentations, social media sites, and more

VirusBarrier X6

  • The best Mac anti-virus protection on the planet
  • Automatically stop & destroy all known Mac & Windows viruses & malware
  • Protect your Mac from unwanted intrusions and web threats
  • 24/7 monitoring of your Mac activity to protect you against cyber gangs

MacOptimizer

  • An incredibly fast disk utility to help clean, repair & organize your Mac
  • Optimizes your Mac’s speed
  • Free up inactive memory
  • Cleans and organizes your desktop

Rubbernet

  • Keep an eye on all network-enabled Apps running on your Mac
  • Real-time monitoring so you can keep an eye on the exact state of your live network connections
  • Provides a breakdown of per-app network usage, so you can quickly detect apps that are slowing down your network

 Read more about internet security: The Alfred E. Neuman approach to cyber-security

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