iTunes got you stumped? Kirk McElhearn is here to help.
Create a digital painting, complete with canvas texture.
Instead of pointing, clicking, and typing, you can use your voice for input on your Mac.
Your hands never have to leave the keyboard when you need to open an app.
The Keyboard Viewer reveals what you can type on the currently selected keyboard layout.
Holding down certain keys when your Mac boots can allow access to certain features. But sometimes your keyboard prevents these keyboard commands from working.
Readers propose the mystery of the missing wireless connection.
A colleague wants high-contrast text while viewing a PDF.
A reader wants to disable syncing to iCloud, but can't download the full-resolution images and videos. Here's how to fix it.
Find out information about what planes are flying around you with this homemade device
The Express settings option will make your installation go faster, but you might inadvertently agree to conditions you wouldn't choose for yourself.
The Mac’s menu bar is a handy place for quick access to apps and system preferences. But it can easily be a crowded space.
Instagram's feature is easy to use, but lacks the selfie lenses and geofilters that make Snapchat so fun.
Instagram makes it easy to run up to five public, private, and business accounts at once.
So many iTunes questions, so little time. But that won't stop Kirk McElhearn from trying to help.
CIO.com blogger Martha Heller shares her tips for creating a resume that will get you noticed by potential employers.
A reader wants to know whether a Snow Leopard Time Machine backup can migrate to a new OS X installation.
The latest in our series on using the NetInstall service in OS X Server.