Professor Breen continues his exploration of Safari with a look at its most helpful preferences.
Been using a Mac for a while, but don't use the command line? It's a powerful tool you really should learn to use. Kirk McElhearn has an introduction.
You have a movie that includes a great soundtrack that you'd like to burn to CD. How to? Chris Breen explains.
You have the contents of a ripped DVD and see an empty AUDIO_TS folder. Do you need it? Chris Breen explains.
Thinking about performing that hardware repair yourself instead of going to a shop? Chris Barylick has some advice for potential amateur technicians.
It's time for another grab bag, selected from the many questions I get from readers. In this week's column, I look at some questions about font size in iTunes (spoiler: your options are limited), identifying music file types in iTunes, finding which tracks iTunes has lost track of (spoiler: there's an easy way), and moving podcasts to another Mac.
You don't really want your kids to use your computer all summer long, do you? Here's how to set up a Mac that's just right for their small and messy hands.
Before handing over your iPad to a kid, it's best to do some parental preparation. In this Macworld Video, Scholle Sawyer McFarland offers some tips.
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Chris Breen introduces the Web browser you may very well be using to read these words.
Mavericks' file tagging looking interesting, but you can do something similar with smart folders and Spotlight comments.
What with all the talk of governments accessing our email, some people would like to prevent that from happening. Chris Breen explains how to encrypt email with Apple's Mail.
Apple no longer offers the option to download movie trailers. Ted Landau reveals a way to work around this.