Dan Moren and Chris Breen talk the news of the week including Stupid Apple Rumors (Tesla Edition), terrible trolls, iPad and Office meetings, and bad news for the makers of Flappy Jacks.
With Mavericks Apple changed QuickTime so that it no longer supports some third-party video plugins. However, as Chris Breen explains, there are still ways to play your old QuickTime-unfriendly movies.
Have a need to visit a previous version of a webpage? Chris Breen shows you two techniques for doing exactly that.
Adam's F5 is a powered, near-field monitor small enough for a medium-sized desk. When properly positioned, you'd be hard pressed to find a better sounding speaker for the price.
After some 68 lessons, Professor Breen closes the book on Mac 101 and issues this, his commencement address.
A reader suggests that there's a keyboard shortcut for resetting Safari. Chris Breen isn't so sure but shows you how to make one.
Increasingly, apps are seeking ways to use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch's microphone. If you're running iOS 7, you can limit their ability to do that.
Maestro Breen reaches the double-bar in his look at GarageBand.
If you're tired of your computer demanding a password every time you try to drag a file to it, follow these steps for making your Mac more accommodating.
If, back in the day, you ever played Cyan's Myst or Riven, you'll want to tune in as one of its creators, Robyn Miller, joins in to talk about his past as rock-star game designer and present as independent filmmaker.
You've created hundreds of files using one naming convention only to discover that a different convention is required. Don't sweat it. With Automator you can batch rename them with ease.
In this week's music lesson, bandleader Breen shows you how to make the most of your guitar or bass with GarageBand 10.
Care to import, caption, and print your pictures with those same captions? iPhoto provides a way to do just that.
Three decades ago, when the Mac was born, user groups were a crucial part of its success, giving the nascent Mac community a place to gather and learn. Thirty years later, we sit down with the still-active Berkeley Mac Users Group for some untold history.
You have two partitions that you'd like to be one. In this week's video Chris Breen shows you how it's done.