Don't-Miss OS X Stories
A DVD (and increasingly, a high-definition Blu-ray disc) is still a near-universal way to share your photos and videos as a holiday gift. Here's how.
Love them or hate them, notifications are now a core feature of OS X. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions about using these alerts and reminders.
Tried to use Migration Assistant with a Thunderbolt to FireWire adapter?
Even if you trust most of your passwords to a password manager, you'll have to remember a few. Here's the best way to make memorable ones without compromising security.
You prefer Snow Leopard but need to also run Mountain Lion. What to do? Chris Breen offers two options.
Curious to know how you can better manage your passwords? Chris Breen provides tips and tricks for getting the most from OS X's Keychain Access.
In this week's lesson, Chris Breen explores the Finder's File and Edit menus.
You know where the menu bar is and that it's full of menus. But what do the commands within those menus do? Chris Breen begins an exploration of exactly that.
Intuitive as our Macs may be, they're not yet at the point where they can tune into our thoughts to do our bidding. We need devices to tell the Mac what to do. In this week's Mac 101 we look at those very devices.
You can use shared Reminders lists to maintain, say, an always-in-sync grocery shopping list with your spouse or roommates. But the option to create such shared lists disappeared from iCloud.com. Here's how to create them now.
Before Microsoft Windows there were windows on the Mac. Chris Breen offers a tour.
Most of us have to connect to a server every day to access files and to share them with others. But do you know the quickest and most convenient way? Kirk McElhearn walks through eight options for performing this critical task.
Today’s Calendar application is more than just a simple date book. Here are answers to the Calendar questions that Chris Breen hears most often.
How can you efficiently rummage through multiple files without taking the time to open them all? All you need is the often-overlooked features of OS X's Quick Look.
Tucked inside this seemly simple program for viewing and manipulating PDF and image files are tons of advanced features. Here’s an overview of the recent additions to Preview that you may not know about.