The "Should I get an iPad or laptop" debate rages on. Chris Breen weighs in with the options.
Unlike the Mac, iOS devices can natively stream audio to just a single AirPlay destination. However, with some third-party help, you can work around this limitation.
Kirk McElhearn returns in the guise of iTunes Guy to solve issues of unclean albums, desired album artwork that's gone missing, and album artwork you'd rather not see.
Want to quickly download or remove random screenshots and pictures from your iPhone's camera roll? It's easy to use Image Capture on the Mac to do so.
With a new year comes a looming tax date and the need to create records of where and how you spent and made money. Automator can help compile records of your whereabouts.
With Mavericks Apple changed QuickTime so that it no longer supports some third-party video plugins. However, as Chris Breen explains, there are still ways to play your old QuickTime-unfriendly movies.
Managing your schedule so events and appointments are synced between multiple devices (and, for some people, visible to multiple users) is anything but simple. Here's how three power-users get it done.
Have a need to visit a previous version of a webpage? Chris Breen shows you two techniques for doing exactly that.
Ted Landau returns to laud DiskWarrior--a tool many Mac troubleshooters have as a vital tool in their arsenal.
There are three major ways to add geolocation information to your photos in Aperture.
Dan Miller has a problem: He's compulsive about iTunes metadata. Here's how he makes sure the information for each track is just the way he wants it.
After some 68 lessons, Professor Breen closes the book on Mac 101 and issues this, his commencement address.
Find out how you can manage track data in iTunes with the help of a search-and-replace script.
A reader suggests that there's a keyboard shortcut for resetting Safari. Chris Breen isn't so sure but shows you how to make one.