Don't-Miss Mac Stories
When you want to format a hard drive, it helps to know the difference between a partition and a drive.
The spoiler: there’s no way to force iCloud Photo Library to recognize existing media, but you can pause or stop the uploads.
A reader wants to protect the bootable clone he makes of his startup volume just as effectively.
A reader wants to shift his Photos and iTunes libraries to an external drive and ensure they're backed up by Time Machine.
A reader wants to hook her workshop into a home Wi-Fi network, and can’t make it work with Apple gear.
It's easy to switch the default font in Mail—when it works.
The downloads button plays hide-and-seek with Mac users.
A reader wants to access the Library folder that’s stored on a mounted disk image.
Apple's Photos has powerful tools for making your pictures you spectactular.
A reader wonders about putting a former Time Capsule into a secondary position in her backup queue.
Make your photos look their best.
A valuable tool for understanding your network and the devices connected to it.
A reader’s imported photos are marked as missing when deleted from their original location.
A reader needs an older version to use Adobe software, but Mac 911 is reluctant to advise it.
You’ve got options other than a standard display to use as your Mac's monitor.