You probably know how to set up a printer in System Preferences. But did you know about OS X's other powerful options for configuring and managing printers?
Certain elements within Google's Chrome browser can eat up your Mac's processor in a hurry. Chris Breen offers tips for giving your CPU a rest.
Your Apple TV has a digital audio output and your powered speakers bear an analog audio input. How do you make the two see eye-to-eye? Chris Breen explains.
If you have 10,000+ contacts you may have some difficulty syncing them with your devices. It may be time to become less social or whittle down your lists of acquaintances.
Space is often at a premium on iPhones and iPads. That's why it makes sense to keep only those apps that you know you really want. Here's how to get rid of the ones you don't.
You don’t have to wait until September to play with iOS 8's time-lapse mode on your iPhone or iPad. Here are four great third-party apps you can pick up on the App Store.
The issue: Your Mac lacks Wi-Fi circuitry and Maps relies on such circuitry to report its location. Chris Breen explains your options.
Give your older Mac a rebirth as a hobby machine
Sadly, memory modules can sometimes go bad, causing your Mac to display a variety of perplexing symptoms. Here's how to recognize and solve the problem.
Kirk McElhearn offers advice for convincing iTunes Match to show your music, creating playlists of playlists, and making a USB stick full of music work in your car.
Cracked the glass on an iPad mini? You can replace it yourself if you have a delicate hand and some patience.
Your old high-capacity iPhone is about to take a trip to the shop. In the meantime, you're given a much lower-capacity loaner. Here's how to set up the replacement.
Not content with the Ultraviolet digital copy bundled with the Blu-ray disc you just purchased? Rip the movie for greater iOS compatibility.