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Now that Apple has discontinued the Xserve product line, what's the best upgrade path. Plus: What to do if you forgot to mirror your server's drives.
Pages doesn’t ship with any built-in label templates, but it’s actually easy to create and use standard labels with the program if you know a few tricks.
Squeezing the most out performance out of your network is called optimizing, and it isn't very hard, and it doesn't have to be all that expensive.
Here are five useful Gmail tips, including how to access multiple accounts in one browser, schedule time zone changes, and opt out of annoying e-mail conversation threads.
This week, readers have questions about fully integrating Macs into an Active Directory environment and troubleshooting Exchange e-mail connections from home.
Here's how to create a simple Automator workflow that backs up a folder full of data at regular intervals.
Mac OS X can generate PDF files from practically any application that supports printing—a handy capability with many hidden features.
Intrigued by the Magic Trackpad, but unwilling to give up your multi-button mouse? Rob Griffiths shows how to customize the trackpad to create your own virtual buttons.
Sweating your new year's resolutions already? It is possible to get more exercise and get your work done. Lex Friedman shows how to set up a treadmill desk.
Gearing up for a new year creating superb spreadsheets? Rob Griffiths homes in one the three tricks you must know to get the most out of Microsoft 2011.
Is your professional profile riddled with terms that made LinkedIn's list of overused buzzwords? Take time to remedy that and plug into some of the social networking site's new features.
Looking for a better way to send out those holiday photo e-mails? Our Automator Workflow of the Month gives you more control over image size when you send e-mails from iPhoto '11.
One thing that Excel can do that Numbers can't: Insert hyperlinks from spreadsheets to local files. But one Hints reader found a work-around.
This week, two questions, one about where to find replacement parts for an old Mac Pro, the other about connecting to remote Macs over a network.