A reader would prefer to not send his computer off to get fixed with all of the contents of its drive being accessible to a technician. What to do?
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A reader worries an iTunes conversion feature has been lost—it's still there, just obscure.
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A reader’s employee mysteriously used 84GB in about 12 hours, including overnight. Media Services is to blame.
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A reader sees only 121GB of storage on her iMac, and wonders what happened.
A reader sees a lock icon and can't remove images in Image Capture.
A colleague can't get Telemarketer Bastards to stop calling him.
Gmail’s advanced search operators help you find messages more quickly, even if you have a pile of them to sift through. Here's how.
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.
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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.