Like a bacterial infection that an antibiotic doesn’t entirely kill, a computer issue can come back to bite you despite you applying what seemed to be a successful solution. Ted Landau revisits just such an issue.
When you purchase an app from the Mac App Store, it normally downloads and installs exactly as expected. But not always. Ted Landau explains.
Ted Landau runs into trouble trying to connect his Mac Pro to his MacBook Air via Lion's file sharing capabilities. Fortunately, it's an easy problem to fix.
Are you a Comcast Internet customer? If so, Ted Landau has this bit of advice: If you don't want Comcast's Voice feature, avoid getting their Gateway devices. In fact, avoid their cable modems as well. Buy your own.
Ted Landau finds UltraViolet--the movie industry's latest attempt to protect its content--wanting. Read all about it here.
Apple's sparse release notes can make it difficult to find out what a software update fixes. Such is the case with Safari 5.1.2. But Ted Landau digs into the listed improvements of the latest version to find out what's changed.
Is iTunes Match behaving in ways that make little sense to you? Ted Landau provides some insight into making the service work as it should.
Ted Landau reminds all Mac users that when troubleshooting a confounding problem, it pays to notice the forest as well as the trees.
When Ted Landau updates his Mac Pro from Snow Leopard to Mac OS X 10.7.2, things start slowing down. He dons his detective hat and tries to track down the cause of the problem.
Ted Landau offers a clever workaround for syncing iWork documents created on Macs with iCloud.
Articles by Ted Landau