Photos is a big change in the way Apple deals with image editing and organization. You have questions, we have answers.
If you're experiencing weird glitches with your Mac, this troubleshooting step may help. Joe Kissell explains when and how to zap your NVRAM.
Most of us will be waiting a month or two for the release of Photos for OS X. During that time, why not take steps to prepare your iPhoto library for the move?
Keep the keepers, flag the best, and trash the rest with Lesa Snider's simple system for keeping your photo library under control.
Oh, the joys of typing on a little touchscreen keyboard! From how to turn on “caps lock” to a simple shortcut to the exclamation mark, these tips will make it easier.
Apple made whole-disk encryption of your Mac as easy as a few clicks, but there are a few warnings you should heed.
It's generally not a great idea to send email messages to the work addresses of those in your Naughty Joke group. Chris Breen shows you how to avoid doing so.
You've unwittingly created two Apple IDs and you'd like to merge their associated media and data. Doing so is not as easy as you'd imagine.
Why should those with Macs have all the fun banging out this three-chord frat anthem? Grab your iPad and get ready to rock.
A reader wonders about the relationship between his new iPhone, his old one, and Apple's stores. Chris Breen sets him straight.
You know you've always wanted to. Musical maestro Chris Breen shows you how.
Pack Keynote presentations with enough media files and they can swell up like balloons. Chris Breen offers tips for reducing their size.
iTunes Guy Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss three issues: Naming live performances that span sets and dates, adding iTunes Match content to an old iPod, and the purpose of two iTunes columns.