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OS X Mavericks' new iBooks app lets you store and read ebooks purchased from the iBookstore or elsewhere. But that's not all it can do: you can also keep PDFs in iBooks and organize them to your liking...with some limitations.
Google Drive is a souped-up productivity machine with lots of features you may not have even noticed. Here are 16 you shouldn't miss.
From nearby microwaves to antennas boosters made from cardboard and tin foil, Macworld Lab discovers what really helps or hurts Wi-Fi signals.
Tired of trying to type on your iPhone or iPad's tiny keyboard? Try these tricks for dictating.
Maximize your ability to minimize windows with these ten tricks.
Think you need Microsoft Word to take care of basic writing tasks? You might already have all you need: Apple's free TextEdit.
Sending big files can be a big pain, but in this week's video tip you'll learn two free and easy ways to do just that.
Are you using your iCloud email account? Kirk McElhearn shows you five great features you might have missed.
It's possible to create encrypted disk images with Apple's Disk Utility, but why bother when you can do it faster and more easily with Automator?
After you've downloaded loads of apps, finding the one you want can be a drag. Here's how to cut through the clutter.
Discover some of your Mac's most useful hidden menu and keyboard commands. All you need to make them appear is the right magic key: Shift, Option, or Control.
OCR software converts document scans into searchable PDFs. But what settings and software will get you the most accurate results while using the least hard-disk space? Joe Kissell's results may surprise you.
OS X's Hot Corners let you trigger actions when you move your cursor into a corner of your Mac’s display. Kirk McElhearn takes you through all the possibilities for this little-used, yet powerful feature.
Getting into a folder is easy: Just double-click. But what about getting out of that folder and going back to where you were? Here are eight ways to do it.
The Accessibility preferences pane is packed with features for Mac users with limited seeing, hearing, and mobility. But did you know that some of its nifty features can benefit everyone?