iTunes includes a great way to have some captivating visuals when you're just hanging out with friends listening to your favorite music.
A reader wonders if something's wrong, because Apple's second-factor system lets him approve a connection from a seemingly odd place.
Pressing the Alt key and a number code gives you access to hundreds of special characters from currency to copyright symbols, to linguistic characters and tiny graphics like snowmen and smiley faces. Here's how they work.
A reader wants to have a copy of his Photos Library on an external drive that looks like what he sees in the app.
You have two new ways to uninstall programs in Windows 10. We’ll show you how it works.
Dealing with a data cap? Tired of getting dinged for busting through it? Learn how to identify the hogs on your network and how to make sure your ISP is delivering everything you’re paying for.
Google Slides doesn't officially support audio tracks, but we have a couple of workarounds.
You can connect an iOS device to some of Apple’s older displays, but only at 1080p.
A reader is dizzy with printing orientation problems.
Got questions about iTunes? Kirk McElhearn has answers.
You may think there's free space in these hidden drive partitions, but think twice before messing with anything in these locations. We use a third-party disk utility to find out what's really in them.
Watchman Monitoring offers excellent options for consultants, enterprise and education IT managers to track and proactively monitor the computer assets they’re responsible for.
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A reader wants to have a single machine available with a monitor and keyboard in multiple, adjacent rooms.
Surprisingly, photo rotation is a complicated issue for software to handle.
How Apple's music services all work is a little confusing, but in no way is the company interested in getting rid of your music library.
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The File History feature lets you set up an external drive to back up your files automatically. You don’t need any extra software, and it’s very customizable.
A reader wonders how to find images in Photos to upload via a selection dialog.
It’s always there and it’s often overlooked, but the menu bar is a very useful part of the Mac operating system.