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.
When you want to perform your own Mac hardware repairs, it helps to have the proper tools. Here's what you should have in your toolbox.
Clutter and chaos are the enemies of efficiency. So they have no place in your office. Here's how Joe Kissell straightened out his workplace to get more work done.
Increasingly, apps are seeking ways to use your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch's microphone. If you're running iOS 7, you can limit their ability to do that.
The iTunes Guy returns with answers to confounding questions of editing track lengths for iPad playback, sorting tracks with multiple assigned genres, and moving iTunes libraries to other volumes.
How to make editing raw images part of your natural workflow with Photoshop Elements.
One of OS X's most-useful features is the capability to save any printable document, webpage, or file as a PDF. This week's video shows you some nifty ways to get more out of this feature.
Maestro Breen reaches the double-bar in his look at GarageBand.
You hear about ways you can make your Mac faster, but do they really work? Macworld Lab puts these to the test.
Tired of Twitter? Fed up with Facebook? Cleaning up your lists of virtual friends can make social media more digestible. Here's how to do it.
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.