Thank you for downloading FruitJuice para Mac from our software portal. The software is periodically scanned by our antivirus system. We also encourage you to check the files with your own antivirus before launching the installation. The download version of FruitJuice para Mac is 2.5.3. The application is licensed as trialware. Download FruitJuice 2 for Mac full program setup free. FruitJuice is a professional software application built specifically for helping you to maximize the battery of MacBook.
Give your laptop a longer life span, longer runtime and accurate battery estimates. Calibrate the settings and replace the default values to optimize the power consumption and the stress on hardware components. Reset all parameters to default at will or save presets.
FruitJuice 2.5.3 for Mac can be downloaded from our software library for free. The file size of the latest setup package available for download is 11 MB. The application lies within System Tools, more precisely Battery Utilities. This software for Mac OS X is an intellectual property of com.batteryproject. This Mac download was scanned by our antivirus and was rated as safe.
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Leaving your laptop plugged in may be convenient, but it's the quickest way to kill the battery. FruitJuice will let you know how long to stay unplugged each day to keep your battery healthy.
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Announced in late 2010, AirPlay enables Apple users with the latest iPhones, iPads, iPods, and Macs to wirelessly stream audio and video to the Apple TV($67.99 at Adorama). The hitch is that the protocol requires the latest Apple hardware, which leaves users of Windows, Chrome, or Macs sold before mid-2011 out in the cold. Squirrels' AirParrot 2 utility ($14.99; $62.99 for five licenses), however, offers comparable video and audio broadcasting for those PCs, Chromebooks, and aging Macs.
While AirParrot originally focused just on the Apple TV, developer Squirrels has expanded support to include Google Chromecast($67.99 at Adorama), AirPlay-enabled speakers, and just about any device running the company's Reflector protocol. But this added functionality has also added to the price. The latest version of AirParrot costs fifty percent more than the last version; however, users will likely find that this refined utility is worth the cost.
My interest in AirParrot emerged from personal necessity. Shortly after purchasing my Apple TV, I realized that my MacBook didn't support AirPlay. In searching for a workaround, I discovered AirParrot, then at version 1.5, which purported to do everything AirPlay did and more, and with more generous hardware support. That was all true, and the latest version has only improved the utility's abilities. While I tested AirParrot 2 on a mid-2010 MacBook Pro in conjunction with a third-gen Apple TV, Squirrels supports Macs, PCs, and devices running the Chrome OS.
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On the Mac, installing AirParrot is as easy as dragging and dropping it into the Applications folder. After you open it, the utility appears in your menu bar for easy access. From its drop-down menu, you can access video-mirroring and media-streaming settings, adjust video quality (from low to very high), or even set a maximum frame rate (by default video streams at 30fps, which may be too high for slower networks). Connecting to wireless devices, such as the Apple TV or Google Chromecast, is as simple as clicking their interface icons. The latest version of AirParrot even supports Bluetooth Discovery and Quick Connect Codes, through which you can connect to other types of devices.
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Several sharing options appeared after I connected the Mac to the Apple TV. First, you can share your desktop, which might be useful if you wanted to troubleshoot on the big screen. More valuable for my purposes, however, was AirParrot's ability to share a particular application window—ideal for watching short Web clips or peer-editing a document. With version 1.5, I used application sharing to stream video, but I found that, unless I dropped the streaming settings, the video frequently stuttered. Version 2 addresses this problem.
Not only does video now look better from a shared application, but Squirrels also offers dedicated media sharing. Using media sharing, I found that Squirrels's video performance rivaled that of AirPlay from an iPhone 6. Not only does the video look better, but thanks to Squirrels' support for 5.1 surround sound, videos also sound great on home theaters. My one complaint about the media sharing is the limited video controls: You scan ahead in video using a tiny—and imprecise—slider.
AirParrot 2 also supports streaming to AirPort Express routers, and it can even simultaneously stream your media to multiple devices. This means that if you have two televisions, one paired with an Apple TV and a second connected to a Chromecast, you can watch the same video on both screens.
AirParrot 2 earns our Editors' Choice award because it brings AirPlay to the exiles: aging Macs, Windows PCs, and Google Chromebooks. Now that Squirrels has improved video streaming, AirParrot rivals, and potentially exceeds, AirPlay thanks to its effortless interface and generous third-party support. The utility is more expensive than its previous iteration, but Squirrels has done a lot of work both under and above the hood to make it worth the price. Families might find that the five-computer license ($62.99) an attractive deal, and anyone interested in trying before buying can get started risk-free by downloading the 7-day trial.
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