Don't-Miss OS X Stories
Some people regret installing MacKeeper but can't figure out how to remove it. We're here for you.
In part two of this Working Mac mini-series, it's time to set up your Mac server for the server software.
When it comes to importing photos you took on your iPhone, you have plenty of options.
OS X comes with some powerful and useful tools for taking screenshots. Here's how to master them.
Ever need to type a euro symbol, or infinity, or an umlaut? You're in luck.
A reader wants to take the violence out of his message, removing the bullets from his email in Mac OS X's Mail app. But how?
You plug your iPhone into your Mac, and Photos launches—but you don't want that! There's a way to stop this behavior.
When using Save As, a reader keeps getting a message that they lack permission to save files. Mac 911 has the answer, though it's a slightly irritating one.
iBooks likes to keep books listed, even after you've deleted them. A reader wonders if that can be changed.
Wondering if your Mac has enough storage space for that massive download? Wonder no more.
The Photos apps for OS X and iOS make it super simple to share photos and videos, even without an Internet connection.
Readers ask about how to clear out space used by multimedia in the Photos app through deletion and optimization.
Readers are having trouble with Apple's Continuity configuration and consistency for phone calls.
Readers (still!) have (many, many!) questions about several features in Photos for OS X.
OS X's Photos app has a more powerful Retouch tool than the one in iPhoto.