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Bugs & Fixes: Be wary of APC battery backups for Intel Macs running Leopard

If you own an Intel-based Mac running a recent version of Mac OS X 10.5, battery backups from American Power Conversion could give you grief. Ted Landau has the details.

Access all Exposé modes on newer keyboards

Learn how to access all of Exposé's modes via the F3 key on new keyboards (laptops and standalone)

Cut down on cables

With some savvy scavenging and shopping, you can reduce the weight and clutter of your travel bag while still being prepared for any connection need.

Tips for greener computing

Save money while you help save the planet: Michael Gowan offers some tips on how to reduce the environmental impact of using your Mac.

Field recording, pre-amps, and Twitter

Twitter assists a reader seeking a solution to his field recording problem.

Troubleshoot your MacBook

Is your laptop lagging? Notebook not its usual self? Ted Landau has some suggestions for solving the most common problems with portable Macs.

Temporarily disable laptop screen dimming

Learn a simple way to temporarily disable the screen dimming feature on laptops being run on battery power.

Monitoring your MacBook's battery

How do you check on your MacBook battery's cycle count and condition? Like so.

The new Mac buying guide

Which new Mac should you buy? Macworld, the world's expert on Apple hardware, has expert buying advice.

Macworld Buying Guides: Apple’s Mac lineup

How well do you know Apple’s current Mac lineup? We’ve put together summaries of each type of Mac on the market today that will tell you when they were last updated, what changed, and how each system performs.

Upgrading a MacBook Pro's hard drive

Unsure about upgrading a MacBook Pro's hard drive? Here are a couple of helpful resources.

MacBook to projector connector

Need to connect your MacBook to a projector? All you need is the right Apple adapter.

ExpressCard/34 Buyers’ Guide

If you've got a MacBook Pro, you've got an ExpressCard/34 slot (instead of the old PC Card slot). Jeff Carlson explains a few of the ways you can use that slot to beef up your laptop.