If someone has physical access to your Mac and you've taken no steps to encrypt its data, it's game over. Chris Breen explains.
With Mountain Lion, Apple presents a new view of your Mac's configuration in the About This Mac. Chris Breen explores the details in this week's Macworld video.
Last week, Professor Breen took you on an extensive tour of Messages. This week, he wraps up the topic by looking at the application's screen-sharing, remote presentation, and archiving abilities.
Problem: You have events in Mountain Lion's Calendar application and would like to share them with your Mac running Snow Leopard. iCloud is out. Chris Breen tells you what's in.
The Mac App Store tells you that there's an update available for an application you own. Yet when you try to get it, no joy as you're informed that it's for a phantom account. Here's how to fix the problem.
In this week's lesson, Dr. Breen (honorary) begins his exploration of Mountain Lion's Messages application.
We begin this two-part podcast with Jackie Dove speaking with Adobe's Scott Morris about Creative Cloud and its license. Chris Breen then speaks to Jeff Carlson about addressing iPhoto annoyances.
QuickTime Player X is pretty, but as a video editor it's a complete zero. Go old school and get a copy of QuickTime Player Pro 7.
Like other high-profile albums before it, Daft Punk's upcoming release is now streaming on iTunes for free.
Need to mask out a license plate, street address, or statue's naughty bits in iMovie '11? Chris Breen shows you how.
The RIAA has announced that it will now calculate music streamed from on-demand services into its Gold & Platinum awards program.
In his next lesson, Chris Breen shows those new to Mountain Lion how to get the most out of the Reminders application.
With a little Automator drag-and-drop folder action you can easily upload new folders to an FTP server.
You want one box to manage all of your local and online media. Could the Mac mini be that box? Chris Breen says the answer could be yes if you're technically inclined, but maybe not for the whole family.
Chris Breen suggests committing an act of violence against a first-generation iPad that's lost all sense of color.