Don't-Miss OS X Stories
The Mac's menu bar isn't as static as you might believe. With the help of the Mac's modifier keys you can make your menus more functional.
OS X's Keychain Access provides the avenue for managing and retrieving your passwords. Topher Kessler dives deeper into its password powers.
Removing the MacKeeper app is one thing, getting rid of annoying pop-up ads for it is quite another. Chris Breen offers advice.
By default, the Mac is pretty secure. But with the help of a couple of built-in options, you can make it even more so. Topher Kessler explains.
A reader seems to be missing his OS X recovery partition after cloning one drive to another. Chris Breen offers a solution.
Yosemite includes a new feature for annotating images and PDFs you send to others. Chris Breen shows you how it works.
You think you have a complete data backup plan? Then you haven't seen the lengths Rob Griffiths goes to to secure his data.
You have the power and knowledge to help your less tech-savvy family and friends this holiday season. Be sure to put these five tips to good use.
If you can no longer easily spot items with OS X's subtle dotted labels applied to them, here's a technique for making your folders far more noticeable.
If you've ever dreamed of using Linux's Ext3 file system or writing to NTFS formatted volumes, FUSE is for you.
You say a friend or relative lost the password to an old email account? Take these steps to recover it.
A reader's lost his coworkers and now would like to lose the calendars they created. Chris Breen shows him how.
Ted Landau describes an issue that has re-emerged in Yosemite: Your Mac mysteriously renames shared devices.