Photos doesn't have a rating system, but there's still a way to work around it.
A reader has defunct devices and ones he doesn't own, but they linger like ghosts in Text Forwarding.
A reader wonders where gigabytes (or gibibytes) have gone since upgrading from Yosemite.
A reader wants to migrate into the cloud more media than will fit on his Mac's hard drive.
Free your iTunes media from the shackles of a hard drive on your Mac.
A reader found he could no longer double-click folders in the Finder after upgrading to El Capitan. He tracked down the problem.
When you uninstall a Mac app, how can you make sure you've removed all of its files? With an app like AppCleaner.
Trying to print a web page and keep the links working? Use Safari or a Chrome extension.
Older iPhones often have high resale value, but keeping one around as an ersatz iPod touch can be just as useful.
You can keep kids (and others) from deleting your photos by accident in iOS: use Guided Access.
Portal pages at public Wi-Fi hotspots can ruin your tiny bookmark and other icons.
Share your location to a friend, let loved ones know when you're on the move, get a reminder when you arrive at a specific place, geotag Calendar events, and more.
You can unenroll or restore/recovery: two very different options.
The gradient tool lets you perform interesting effects to your images.
A a single click solves this long-running problem related to multiple displays and Mission Control desktops.