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Philip Michaels returns to host another zany Pundit Showdown from the Macworld Live stage. Guests include Jeff Carlson, Armando Rodriguez, Erik Malinowski, and Jessie Char.
If you want your Mac to enjoy all that the Internet offers, you need to configure its network settings. Christopher Breen walks you through it.
If you're tired of leaving your important work documents at the office when traveling, take a hint from Chris Breen and make your Dropbox folder the default save location for your files.
The puzzle: How to synchronize a slew of Mail signatures from an old Mac to a new one. Chris Breen provides the solution.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen teaches you how to use the Mail, Contacts & Calendars system preference to configure email accounts.
You've filled out a PDF form in Preview and sent it to a colleague or friend, but they report the form's empty. What gives? Dan Moren's got the skinny and the fix.
Mountain Lion makes it easier to create multiple Time Machines backups. Chris Breen explains how.
Last week, Mac 101 delved into printer preferences. This week, we turn to printing options within applications.
You have a message that contains multiple email addresses in the message body and you'd like to compose a message to those individuals. Here's a way to automate this chore.
This week's Mac 101 lesson addresses setting printers on your Mac.
The Reminders app built into Mountain Lion includes a hidden method for more quickly scheduling new to-do list entries. Lex Friedman explains.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen dives deep into the Mac's Sound and Displays system preferences.
Just got a new Mac, iPhone, iPad, or iPod, and want help setting up iCloud across all your devices? Here's the how-to for you.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen explores the workings of Mountain Lion's Notification Center.
Mac 101 marches on through the personal system preferences. This week, Chris Breen examines the many talents of the Language & Text preference.