iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn returns to address issues of absent ringtones, the problem with multiple Apple IDs, and naughty radio.
Don't stress! There's still time to get cards out to your nearest and dearest, if you take these handy tips to heart.
It can be done, but it's a little tricky. Lesa Snider has two methods to share.
A reader is concerned about the security of his laptop on a public Wi-Fi network. We offer tips for keeping the bad guys out.
Chris Breen walks you through the steps for creating a holiday slideshow with iPhoto.
By default, the Mac is pretty secure. But with the help of a couple of built-in options, you can make it even more so. Topher Kessler explains.
The ability to pass calls from an iPhone to another iOS device or Mac is great, unless dozens of devices start ringing. Chris Breen explains how to be choosier.
Put your contact info on your lock screen and hope someone decent finds it.
A reader has an interesting issue. His MacBook Air goes to sleep whenever he places it in a particular spot--and won't awaken until he moves it.
Much can be said over the phone or in email, but sometimes a face-to-face interaction is best. Joe Kissell outlines the best ways to do that with your Mac.
A reader seems to be missing his OS X recovery partition after cloning one drive to another. Chris Breen offers a solution.
Yosemite includes a new feature for annotating images and PDFs you send to others. Chris Breen shows you how it works.
You think you have a complete data backup plan? Then you haven't seen the lengths Rob Griffiths goes to to secure his data.