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Review: TechToolPro v 9.6

Software: Tech Tool Pro v 9.6
Company: Micromat
Cost: $99.99,  upgrade pricing is available
Rating: 4.5 out of 5.  Reviewed by: Gary Miller
Micromat gave me a copy of the software for this review

In the old days, Apple sent along a copy of Tech Tool Pro as a CD with every Mac, and I used it, but that stopped with the days of download only. But Micromat, maker of Tech Tool Pro, has kept up to date with Apple’s OS, and this version, 9.6 works great with Apple’s High Sierra on my MacBook Pro… and this version works great with my SSD ( solid state drive).

As a general user, I wanted a utility that would scan my computer, and tell me if something was wrong, and help me fix it. Well, TechTool Pro is my kind of product…. Here’s what all it does:

I asked it to run a check of the computer, and RAM. It found I was A OK, but if it had found issues with the drive, it would have fixed it and optimized data directories. Since I had no issues, I called Tech Support, they answered quickly and were helpful. The tech suggested I create an eDrive for a start up partition, so no rebooting..

The App is easy to understand, big dials. And it runs in the background so you can continue doing other activities. The only feature I’d liked to see was a video showing it working, and what to expect. The Help/manual is included in the pull down menu. It’s thorough.

System Requirements:
? Intel-based Macs
? OS X 10.8 up to macOS 10.13 ‘High Sierra’
? 1 GB RAM or higher

New cool Travel App – Trips from Lonely Planet

For the past few weeks, Trips, a very cool new travel App on iOS has pleasurably occupied my time.  Thanks to Lonely Planet!

I’m a lover of photography and using Instagram always visually keeps me happy, but my love of wanderlust, awaited Trips.  As most know, Lonely Planet crafts guide books that are made for all types of travelers, and this new app talks to us and with us, thru it’s skilled travel writers, so when I search for a destination with Trips, it brings not only the experts ideas and photos, but also my fellow travelers who have uploaded their trips, photos, ideas, and that really works.

I listened to an interview with CEO of Lonely Planet – Daniel Hougton,  talk about Trips incubation, about his start at age 24 heading the company, and it was clear he was interested it created community, I love that.  Social media invites us to be part of things unfolding, and Trips works well.  Last year Google joined with Lonely Planet for Google Home, so when you ask travel questions, it’s Lonely Planet responses,  excellent.  Go Pro has a relationship with them too, as does 23 and me, the DNA company…Smart folks at Lonely Planet.

The app Trips is free, available for iOS now in the Apple iTunes Store, and will be available for Android by the end of the year.

P.S.  Want another free, cool app, then download Guides from Lonely Planet, I use it all the time,  perfect for travel, knowing what to see in a city, be in Seattle or Auckland, always being updated too.

Review: Chimani Perks for Chimani National Parks App

Review by Gary Miller, AAUG Member

When I think summer, I think national parks, and when I want information to plan, and accompany me when enjoying them, I turn to National Parks App by Chimani, available in Apple’s App Store or Google Play

Chimani has been around for years, first I had to purchase individual apps for each park, then they made them all in one, and users can download updates effortlessly.  Now the Perks program adds a membership program that gives discounts when we plan our trips in the parks.  It’s $29 a year.  The Chimani Perks  Membership Savings Club offers discounts on lodging, dining, tours, activities, retail shops, and gear throughout the national park system. It can save up to $200 on a park visit.  I see it growing and offering add’l offers in more and more parks.  Chimani gave me a free membership so I could try out.  I was in Tucson, AZ when I got it, and looked at nearby Saguaro National Park, there were no deals there.  So I’d see where the perks are as you plan your trips…