It's a pain to change your passwords manually. These two password managers make it easier by doing it for you.
USB-C promises up to 10Gbps data transfer, but the first generation of USB-C devices aren’t as fast as they could be. Here's what to look out for.
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.
When OS X won't let you unmount a flash drive or external hard drive, here’s what you can do.
You'd be surprised at how quickly your iPhone or iPad can chew through storage, particularly the tiny 16GB model. If you're feeling jammed, try these easy ways to find a few gigs of breathing room.
My mother-in-law's phone balked at backing up. But she has nearly nothing on it. The trouble? An accidental video.
A reader wants to stop prompts on his hand-me-down computers from asking for his Apple ID instead of that of the current family member using it.
Safari, Firefox, and Chrome can give out your whereabouts, but you can prefer to not opt in.
So there you are, running from meeting to meeting on a particularly busy day when you suddenly notice your iPhone or Android phone’s battery gauge is deep in the red. These tips will help staunch the bleeding.
A reader wonders about the different labels in the App Store for download, notably ‘Get’ versus ‘Open’.
Apple often changes the way iTunes works. Kirk McElhearn is here to help you figure out how to manage your iTunes library.
Create a short movie by mixing video, stills, and text.
You used to be able to with third-party software. Then System Integrity Protection came along.
The sync service puts photos everywhere—or nowhere at all.
A reader finds his green full-screen button has gone grey. Is there a fix?