You have a message that contains multiple email addresses in the message body and you'd like to compose a message to those individuals. Here's a way to automate this chore.
Podcast host Chris Breen is joined by Scotland educator and technologist, Fraser Speirs to discuss Apple technology in the classroom.
Have you received a PDF file that needs your signature? No need to print it, sign it, scan it, and send it. Christopher Breen shows how it's done with Preview and Adobe Reader.
There are apps we all install as soon as we unpack a new Mac. For Christopher Breen, that app is DragThing
Cool as iOS devices are, they can get in the way of more important activities. Chris Breen offers advice on limiting their Internet access.
Chris Breen suggests that, in an era of simple and sleek, the days of the powerful email client are over.
This week's Mac 101 lesson addresses setting printers on your Mac.
Old files and new technology don't always mix. Chris Breen helps with the recovery of ancient Word files.
The white Apple remote still has plenty of life left in it--provided you supply it with the power it needs.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen dives deep into the Mac's Sound and Displays system preferences.
Podcast host Chris Breen is joined by Macworld's Gem Meister Dan Frakes to discuss Dan's favorite inexpensive Mac applications of 2012.
Wannabe comic book artists can easily convert their images into a format compatible with today's popular comics-reader apps. Chris Breen explains how.
Having a drive attached to an AirPort Base Station is mighty convenient for shared storage, but mounting such a drive time and again is a bore. Chris Breen shows you how to avoid such a tiresome chore.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen explores the workings of Mountain Lion's Notification Center.
In a recent video, Chris Breen showed you how to sync ebooks with your Kindle devices and apps, but you can sync other documents as well.