Don't-Miss Macs Stories
This week's iTunes 9.0.3 update means that the application no longer ignores the "Remember password for purchases" setting. That's great, but Ted Landau wishes Apple would have come clean about the bug more quickly.
Learn one way to possibly improve iPhoto's launch time if you find that yours is taking forever to launch.
Learn how to use layers in your favorite image editor to improve your photos and add sophisticated effects.
Want to avoid becoming the victim of a phishing scam? Your first line of defense is usually a little common sense, Ted Landau writes.
Learn how to improve the way you navigate through the history of commands that Terminal creates as you use it.
If you have more than one bootable drive (or partition) on your Mac, you know you can get to the boot menu by holding down the Option key at boot time. Learn another less-expected way to get to that same menu in this hint.
You're a teacher who wants to show educational TV shows purchased from iTunes in the classroom. How?
Tired of seeing your Facebook page cluttered with the results of whatever quizzes your friends are taking? PCWorld's Rick Broida points out a browser add-on that will clear your pages of those annoyances.
Learn a very simple way to find just exact duplicates in iTunes.
It's difficult and time-consuming to create a new iWeb template from scratch, but as Adam Berenstain discovered, just creating a new nav bar can give your iWeb design a unique look.
So you have a T-shirt design you're dying to wear. Here's how to get it printed.
Ted Landau ran into some problems trying to get Adobe's Flash Player to work with an iSight camera. But he managed to find a solution after digging around the Web.
Learn a simple way to clear out one category (Applications, Documents, Servers) in the Apple Menu's Recent Items section without clearing the other categories.
Learn how to use LaunchBar to quickly search your favorite sites, and how to use Google's I'm Feeling Lucky feature to immediately jump to the results you (most likely) want to see.
When the lights go out, what's a Mac user to do? Try these tips.