If you're tired of your computer demanding a password every time you try to drag a file to it, follow these steps for making your Mac more accommodating.
Taking care of spam wasn't a problem on his home Mac. But Rob Griffiths wanted a way to deal with it from his iPhone or laptop, too. Here's the system he devised.
Having trouble with Mail in Mavericks? You're not alone. A new support document from Apple suggests one way you might be able to get the app to retrieve new mail, but your mileage may vary.
You've created hundreds of files using one naming convention only to discover that a different convention is required. Don't sweat it. With Automator you can batch rename them with ease.
Finding your Mac awash in files you may or may not need? Here's some advice for reducing disk clutter to make searching faster, backups easier, and your mind more peaceful.
Is your hard drive cluttered with multiple apps that do the same thing? Streamline your day by choosing fewer, better tools, learning them well, and deleting the rest.
In this week's music lesson, bandleader Breen shows you how to make the most of your guitar or bass with GarageBand 10.
The Apple TV has oh-so-many icons on its screen these days. Dan Moren shows you how to rearrange them and hide the ones you don't want to see.
Overwhelmed by an overflowing Inbox? Take these steps to simplify your email today.
Care to import, caption, and print your pictures with those same captions? iPhoto provides a way to do just that.
Equalization—aka EQ—can improve the sounds coming out of your iOS device without requiring you to buy expensive new headphones. Here's how it works and why you should be using it.
How many kilograms are in a pound? How many inches in a light year? What's the square root of 268? Google has the answer—here's how to get it.
Surprisingly, there's no way in iOS's Calendar to schedule events that recur on a specific day of the month, like the first Thursday. Here are a couple ways to work around that missing feature.
Are the batteries in that remote really dead? Your smartphone can help you find out.
The iTunes Guy examines two related questions about moving podcasts and music from one Mac to another while retaining metadata. He also looks at a question about smart playlists built around specific words, and explains an easy way to create a text file with a list of all your playlists.