Don't-Miss Operating System Stories
You can get rid of Finder items without an intermediate step.
The last major step before turning on Profile Manager is turning on Server's Open Directory service so that you can centrally manage network user accounts.
A reader would like to have Word’s auto-correct feature work elsewhere when mistyping two uppercase letters in a row.
A reader is told his long filenames are unacceptable, despite OS X's support for them.
A reader wants to restore Yosemite, but can't access it during in OS X Recovery.
An introductory look at OS X Server and how it works.
An attempt by Time Machine to keep backups up to date away from network resources can fill your drive, too.
A missing menu item (and another Disk Utility option) makes people wonder what's happening to their trash, anyway.
A reader wants to use OS X's HFS+ system on a PC with both Windows and Linux. What are his options?
Are you having heartbreak of missing favorites in El Capitan? A restart will help.
A reader found he could no longer double-click folders in the Finder after upgrading to El Capitan. He tracked down the problem.
When you uninstall a Mac app, how can you make sure you've removed all of its files? With an app like AppCleaner.
You can keep kids (and others) from deleting your photos by accident in iOS: use Guided Access.
You can unenroll or restore/recovery: two very different options.
A a single click solves this long-running problem related to multiple displays and Mission Control desktops.