You think you have a complete data backup plan? Then you haven't seen the lengths Rob Griffiths goes to to secure his data.
You have the power and knowledge to help your less tech-savvy family and friends this holiday season. Be sure to put these five tips to good use.
If you can no longer easily spot items with OS X's subtle dotted labels applied to them, here's a technique for making your folders far more noticeable.
Kirk McElhearn returns to discuss all things iTunes including ripping CDs when you Mac doesn't have a CD player, syncing both iTunes Match and local music, and TV show playback options.
With the addition of a faster (and less expensive) wireless router, you can speed up your existing network.
If you've ever dreamed of using Linux's Ext3 file system or writing to NTFS formatted volumes, FUSE is for you.
iPhoto's large, high-quality calendars make great gifts for friends and family, and they're easy to design.
You say a friend or relative lost the password to an old email account? Take these steps to recover it.
A reader wonders why you have to delete the same image on five separate devices. The short answer: You don't. Chris Breen explains.
Effective or not, many IT departments insist that you change your password every 90 days. Here's how to do it as painlessly as possible.
Facebook, Twitter, Google+, and even LinkedIn let you express your personality with a cover image as well as your profile pic. Lesa Snider explains how to make yours great.
If you're like many of us, the idea of holiday shopping gives you the willies. Chris Breen offers some tips for giving of your best without needless suffering.
Chris Breen shows you how to stow your most sensitive data in a protected archive.