Don't-Miss Mac Stories
In macOS Sierra, you don’t really need to use a blank space or a character to make folders list first when arranging by name.
A feature added in macOS Sierra is handy for those who frequently switch among two languages while typing.
Spaces can solve a foreground app that can’t be dismissed or quit.
A reader is perplexed and annoyed by “magic windows” for logging into Wi-Fi networks.
Read Receipts let the person you are communicating with know when you have received and read their message.
When an iMac is physically damaged, how do you get the data from its Fusion Drive.
The ability to set up a software RAID has returned to Apple's utility.
If you created a RAID using Disk Utility and now you don’t want to use the disks as a RAID anymore, here’s how to delete the RAID.
This new feature in Apple’s latest Mac operating system promises to free up precious storage space.
With this new feature, files saved to the Desktop and in Documents are automatically saved your iCloud Drive.
New Work and Movement tags put iTunes in the right direction for organizing classical music.
Tabs will help clean up your windows and make it easier to find what you need.
If your OS X app doesn't have a paste without formatting option, readers came up with a number of suggestions.
If you've got multiple monitors, the Dock can hop bottoms, but not sides.
Mail can fill in the blanks oddly from its Previous Recipients list.