A colleague can't get Telemarketer Bastards to stop calling him.
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Your USB drive isn't slow because you have too much stuff on it. It's slow because it uses a slow storage format like FAT32 or exFAT. You can re-format it to NTFS to get faster write times, but there is a catch.
Apple’s documentation to find deleted images and videos in Photos is incorrect, as a reader points out.
A slideshow is a great way to showcase your vacation pics.
Before using the NetInstall service, understand how it works and to learn about the four different types of NetInstall images.
Cortana wants to be helpful, but that means she can be nosey about what you're doing online. Turn off these settings to get her off your case.
A reader wants to customize the results of a Smart Album, and we found a workaround.
Windows 10 gives you 31 days to go back to your prior Windows version. Whether you've changed your mind or you were forced into the upgrade, here's how to get your old life back.
Apple doesn't provide an acknowledgement loop for email attachments sent by Mail Drop, and you can't "remove" files from Mail Drop either.
A reader finds a common problem: Too many Bluetooth devices connected to one Mac can perform inconsistently.
A reader writes in with a marital dispute that Mac 911 won't take sides on, but will provide a technical answer.
Make your music sound better.
My 9-year-old came to me with a question about arranging photos in an album in OS X.
Take a break from Live Tiles! Launch programs or create shortcuts from this simple, minimalist view.
A few readers find even with iCloud Photo Library enabled, an iTunes backup of an iPhone or iPad still includes all locally stored photos.
Before you can begin using the NetInstall service you need to make sure you have a few basics in place.
It's quicker and easier to get around the app and control it from the keyboard.
Apple leaves it opaque how to extract the movie version of an iOS Live Photos.
When iTunes is giving you grief, turn to Kirk McElhearn.