A reader is told his long filenames are unacceptable, despite OS X's support for them.
You know you've got Wi-Fi in your Mac, so why is OS X claiming it's not there? A reset is required.
Unlock that maddening trash can by syncing or resyncing with iTunes.
Some people regret installing MacKeeper but can't figure out how to remove it. We're here for you.
A reader wants to restore Yosemite, but can't access it during in OS X Recovery.
An introductory look at OS X Server and how it works.
A reader needs to accentuate the positif! He wonders how to access diacritical marks and the like within Apple's Pages.
Color space matters when ordering prints or other print projects online. Here's how to make sure your projects look their best.
A reader wants to use his guest network to print. However, that's one of the things it can't do.
If you're hunting for a specific mail message or looking for a name in a lengthy web page, skip Spotlight and try a specialized iOS search tool instead.
A hardware RAID can be pricey but it helps prevent data loss and improve performance.
You have questions about iTunes. Kirk McElhearn has answers.
In part two of this Working Mac mini-series, it's time to set up your Mac server for the server software.
An attempt by Time Machine to keep backups up to date away from network resources can fill your drive, too.
A missing menu item (and another Disk Utility option) makes people wonder what's happening to their trash, anyway.