Don't-Miss OS X Mountain Lion Stories
Chris Breen recounts some of the most popular advice offered in 2012's Mac 911 columns.
Much as your Great Uncle Ludwig may welcome the yearly gift of reindeer-theme boxers, he might have a greater appreciation for your helping hand with his Apple technology.
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Professor Chris Breen guides his student through all that is Mission Control.
If, like many of us, you're frantic because of the holidays, we can make one chore a bit easier--sending holiday email. Chris Breen shows you how to automate the process.
Plagued by duplicate VIP notifications in Mountain Lion's Mail? Dan Moren's got the fix for what ails you.
You know that Dropbox can help make your files available to you wherever you are. But what can you do to ensure that those files actually go into a Dropbox folder? Chris Breen offers guidance.
Chris Breen begins the exploration of Mountain Lion's system preferences with two preference panes that control the look of the Mac's interface.
Senior writer Lex Friedman's friend Julian had a MacBook Pro that refused to start up. Here are the steps they took in their attempts to get the Mac working again.
So, Back to My Mac takes you nowhere, much less to your Mac? Chris Breen offers two solutions for fixing the problem as one alternative.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen explores the intricacies of OS X's Dock.
You now know how to search your Mac with Spotlight. This week Chris Breen shows you how to create smart searches.
Reader Richard finds his way blocked when trying to launch a favorite application. Chris Breen shows him the path forward.
In this week's Mac 101, Chris Breen shows you how to easily locate specific files and folders on your Mac.
You prefer Snow Leopard but need to also run Mountain Lion. What to do? Chris Breen offers two options.
The little fan icon in your Mac's menu bar tells you precious little about how strong your AirPort network's signal really is. With the help of Chris Breen and some light math, you can get a better clue.