Don't-Miss Mac Stories
iTunes includes a great way to have some captivating visuals when you're just hanging out with friends listening to your favorite music.
A reader wonders if something's wrong, because Apple's second-factor system lets him approve a connection from a seemingly odd place.
Pressing the Alt key and a number code gives you access to hundreds of special characters from currency to copyright symbols, to linguistic characters and tiny graphics like snowmen and smiley faces. Here's how they work.
Watchman Monitoring offers excellent options for consultants, enterprise and education IT managers to track and proactively monitor the computer assets they’re responsible for.
A reader wants to have a single machine available with a monitor and keyboard in multiple, adjacent rooms.
A reader wonders how to find images in Photos to upload via a selection dialog.
It’s always there and it’s often overlooked, but the menu bar is a very useful part of the Mac operating system.
When OS X won't let you unmount a flash drive or external hard drive, here’s what you can do.
A reader wants to stop prompts on his hand-me-down computers from asking for his Apple ID instead of that of the current family member using it.
A reader wonders about the different labels in the App Store for download, notably ‘Get’ versus ‘Open’.
You used to be able to with third-party software. Then System Integrity Protection came along.
A reader finds his green full-screen button has gone grey. Is there a fix?
It's not you; it's Photos for iOS and OS X.
A reader is having folders jump about, and wants to set them in place.
A reader would like to have the benefit of optimized thumbnail storage, but also grab high-res versions when needed.
A reader's El Capitan installation started blacking out one monitor when he's using apps full screen.