Combine two useful OS X features -- smart folders and burn folders -- to create smart burn folders that are always ready to burn.
Rob Griffiths looks at how well Snow Leopard addresses his list of OS X gripes—and finds a couple of new ones.
Services have been in OS X since the earliest days, but not many users take advantage of their power. That all changes with Snow Leopard, which rethinks Services. The result is a greatly-improved feature that everyone can use.
Learn how to see all of the various graphics included with the OS X Dashboard Weather widget.
Want to see super huge results of your calculations in Calculator? Here's how...
Sometimes, you want to copy and paste tables as graphics--rather than live, editable tables--from Numbers into Pages. Here's how.
Tired of the way Safari presents RSS feeds? You can customize it by creating your own CSS style sheet.
Use a keyboard shortcut to navigate to enclosing folders after you've done a search in the Finder.
Use Pages to create interesting margins and lines that flow through your text, creating interesting looking layouts.
Learn a super-easy way to make operations in Pages much faster, especially when working with files that are loaded with a lot of photos.
Learn about possible sources of large Time Machine backups, and tools you can use to identify those sources.
Learn how to shrink applications down to fit on smaller screens, or how to make them larger, if you wish (perhaps to adjust for a too-small font size).
In this week's video, Rob Griffiths covers the process and tools used to create the Macworld Video. Yes, it's a video about making the very video you'll be watching.
Use a simple trick to quickly see what's behind a Terminal window, without having to move it way out of the way, use Expose, minimize it to the Dock, or switch to another application.
Rob Griffiths becomes the latest Macworld editor to dive into the world of OS X on a miniature Windows laptop. This time, it's a Dell Mini 10v, a slightly-larger version of the Dell Vostro A90.