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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.
This tutorial will show you how to clear your browser history in each of the most popular Web browsers for the Mac.
If you have more than one iPad with 3G capability, AT&T may become confused about your setup and charge you for a 3G plan you neither want nor have. At least, that's what happened to Ted Landau.
Can't wait for Lion's release later this year? Computerworld's Rayn Faas tracks down current Mac utilities and apps that can turn make your Snow Leopard-running Mac approximate some of Lion's promised features.
When you right-click on images on some sites--including Facebook--Safari doesn't give you a Save Image As option. Here's a way to save them anyway.
Ted Landau runs up some recent troubleshooting news, including a security vulnerability with Flash Player, a pair of iOS bugs, and a problem with the Mac App Store version of Xcode.
Here are a few quick and easy ways to find the IP address for your Mac.
Need to print or grab a screenshot of a Web page, but don't want everything on that page to appear? There are a bunch of ways to temporarily edit or remove almost anything you see in Safari.
Ted Landau looks at a rare font problem that can occur after the OS X 10.6.7 update.
Much as we all enjoy typing the kind of text snippets that make up our daily reminders and thoughts, it can be easier and more effective to record a voice memo on your Mac. In this month’s look at Automator, I demonstrate how to do just that.
Tired of copying-and-pasting AppleScripts you find online? Here are two services that'll do it for you.
Ted Landau offers a roundup of troubleshooting tips related to recent updates.
All your PDF files open in Adobe Reader, but you want them to open in Preview. All your JPEG files open in Preview when you’d rather they open in Photoshop. How do you change what Mac OS X uses as the default application for particular file types? We’ll show you how, in four steps.
It's spring again, and with the new season comes the age-old ritual of cleaning out things you ignored for most of the year. If you're like most of us, this includes your Mac.