Kirk McElhearn uncovers a couple of mysteries about iTunes libraries.
Deleting a photo from an album and deleting a photo from your collection are two different things.
A reader wonders which option to choose among several.
A reader offers a tip for deleting cached files to fix a problem that bothered him.
Uing Siri is a quick and easy way to find a set of photos.
A reader wants to clean up their list of Bluetooth devices.
A reader gets locked out from sending email via iCloud due to limits most people don't encounter.
If you want everything that's not in a Smart Album, you have to tag everything in that album.
A reader wonders about hard links, iPhoto, and Photos, and what happens when the iPhoto Library gets deleted.
iTunes can be overwhleming, but Kirk McElhearn is here to help.
Sierra makes a small change in launching less-validated software, but it's still there.
The Wiki Service is a great collabroative tool for your company or school. This how-to shows what you need to do to make your Wiki active on your network.
Facebook targets ads based on your activity. You can check--and change--what it thinks your interests are in Ad Preferences.
Folders from versions past may be full of gigabytes of duplicates or unwanted files.
Turning iCloud Photo Library off and back on forces a full resync and requires twice as much storage.
A little Mac app can help attached drives when you put your laptop to sleep.