There are two ways to grab screenshots of the Apple TV though one is much easier than the other.
A reader wants to be able to have a single iCloud Photo Library for he and his wife. It can't quite be done.
A reader wants to use OS X's HFS+ system on a PC with both Windows and Linux. What are his options?
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A reader would like to host his Photos Library on a drive other than the startup volume.
A reader wants to move their music around, but finds they still need to use an iTunes account login.
A reader wants the best of both worlds: retaining the original date when exporting an image editing in Photos for OS X.
A reader would like access to media in different languages in iTunes, but worries about losing access to her accounts.
Apple provides granular controls for keeping unwanted content off your TV, but inconsistent reach across all media makes it a poor substitute for real time parental control.
Having heard a lot about transitioning to a password-storing app, a reader wonders about the ease of shifting already-set passwords.
A reader found his lack of sensitivity prevented him from using certain software, such as Adobe’s Creative Cloud. But there's a fix.
Fixing two problems with iTunes 12.