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The new update comes less than two weeks after the release of the previous update.
Wondering if your Mac has enough storage space for that massive download? Wonder no more.
What's in a name? For Apple, maybe something a little different than we're used to.
Jason Snell takes us around Apple’s first public beta of OSX El Capitan.
Readers ask about how to clear out space used by multimedia in the Photos app through deletion and optimization.
Parallels Desktop 11 launched late Tuesday, with support for the latest desktop operating systems, along with new marquee features like the ability to run.
Even before Bluetooth came along, syncing cell phones and PDAs to your Mac was a piece of cake, thanks to iSync.
Readers are having trouble with Apple's Continuity configuration and consistency for phone calls.
The exploit he developed yields root access
Photos for OS X is a big leap forward from iPhoto, but it's missing several transition and regular-usage features that PowerPhotos brings to the table.
Readers (still!) have (many, many!) questions about several features in Photos for OS X.
Development of Twitter's Mac app has stalled, and maybe Twitter should call someone who cares.
OS X's Photos app has a more powerful Retouch tool than the one in iPhoto.
Photos for OS X when coupled with iCloud Photo Library means you're not sure where high-resolution images live for purposes of local backups.
Researchers document two OS X security flaws that shouldn't cause you to lose sleep, as severe as they sound.
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