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This tutorial will show you how to adjust the date, time, and time zone on a Mac using OS X 10.6.7. The procedure should be similar on older versions of the OS.
In his Mac 911 blog, Chris Breen answers reader questions about their Macs and their apps. Some questions keep popping up, over and over. Here are our answers to the most common ones about powering up your Mac.
Address Book, iCal, and Mail are super-handy. But they're not always fool-proof. Chris Breen answers the most common troubleshooting questions about these three apps.
If your Mac is sluggish, if the spinning rainbow cursor appears more often than you'd like, or if you're forever being locked out of your accounts, here's what you need to do.
Care to synchronize Mail's junk-mail settings between computers, fix an unaccepted password, and send messages from just about anywhere? We have answers to common e-mail problems here.
It's easy to protect your iPad and its data by using your office's virtual private network, or VPN. Here's how to get connected.
There are plenty of ways to embed your "signature" in digital forms. But Lex Friedman has figured out an especially clever one.
This tutorial will show you how to clear your browser history in each of the most popular Web browsers for the Mac.
The best way to share one printer among multiple Macs and Windows PCs. Also: How to choose a POP e-mail provider.
Need to throw together a mailing list or export contacts as vCards? Automator makes it easy.
Overwhelmed by e-mail? Five essential Apple Mail rules can help you take control of your inbox. Learn how Mail can automatically forward, file, and highlight special messages and even trigger an alarm when certain correspondents write.
This tutorial goes through the steps of partitioning a hard drive using Disk Utility, which comes with every Mac.
When you buy a new Mac laptop, iMac, or Mac mini, the internal startup hard drive is set up with one partition. You can use Disk Utility to partition the startup drive, even while the startup drive is being used to boot your Mac.