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Apple's iOS 9 extra for ensuring consistent Internet access comes switched on. We recommend turning it off in most cases.
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A reader switching to OS X wants advice on working with PDFs.
Facebook sits at the crossroads of two outdated standards that combine security problems with broad compatibility.
Are they seeing double? A reader has two identical mailboxes from Gmail.
A reader is confused as to why they're seeing cloud storage subtracting from local drive space.
A reader finds a hidden feature, a bug, and a quandary in using Timed Access Control with Apple's Wi-Fi gear.
Your AirPort Extreme and Time Capsule can block certain devices at certain times of day, based on the device's MAC address. Here's how to set it up.
After too long a delay, the firms and organizations that interact on web-based encryption are ditching an outdated standard.
A reader wants to add clones to his Time Machine backup drive.
El Capitan and iOS 9 has become perhaps too helpful in offering ideas to you when you're trying to address an email.
You can get rid of Finder items without an intermediate step.
A reader wonders the impact of the download icon in Photos on local storage in iOS.