It's more than a little helpful to have a small bootable device packed with your troubleshooting tools. Chris Breen explains how an iPod classic can be that device.
In this week's lesson, Professor Breen (disclaimer: not a real professor) shows his students how to make the most of PDFs with Apple's Preview.
Podcast host Chris Breen is joined by Serenity Caldwell, Lex Friedman, Dan Moren, and the ghost of Dan Frakes to toss around Mac and iOS tips.
Some of the tracks in your iTunes library are stopping before the last note is played. Chris Breen offers solutions for fixing the problem.
If you often use your Mac's mic, Push to Talk is a helpful little utility for you.
Sometimes there just is no good answer to your tech question. Chris Breen spends his day banging his head against the wall so you don't have to.
It's possible to create encrypted disk images with Apple's Disk Utility, but why bother when you can do it faster and more easily with Automator?
Mac 101 returns from its holiday break with a first look at Preview's hidden powers for editing and annotating images.
Your Aunt Vilma has written, asking why she should buy an iPad. If she's anything like Chris Breen's Aunt Vilma, these six reasons might influence her decision.
If there's an item on Amazon that you'd dearly love, but you don't love its price, Chris Breen shows you ways to monitor Amazon for the best price.
Apple's latest version of the venerable digital audio workstation, Logic Pro, adds a new, easier-to-use interface; Smart Controls; bass rigs; retro synths; and a free iPad controller app to the mix. We're impressed.
Adobe's audio editor, Audition CC, offers compelling new features making it a worthy update, but it should not be tied to Creative Cloud's subscription model.
Is something playing on your Mac that you'd like to record? Chris Breen shows you how to do just that without spending a nickel.
By popular demand, Professor Breen returns to wade through the alphabet soup of common technical terms.
A reader wishes to create and save styles (with colored text) in a variety of Apple applications. Chris Breen explains how it's done.