Don't-Miss Web & communication software Stories
A recent Google change lets any Google+ user contact you via Gmail. Here's how to stop that potential spam flood before it starts.
Searching for the right results among the billions of pages on the Web? You don't need just a search engine; you also need some know-how.
If you're bothered that deleting Gmail messages in your copy of Mail doesn't really remove those messages (but rather leaves copies in Gmail's All Mail mailbox) Chris Breen has unearthed a helpful tip you'll enjoy.
Fine as Apple's email service may be, it is just as susceptible to spam as are other email providers. Chris Breen tells you how to report it.
If your Mail mailboxes are choked with duplicate messages, Chris Breen can help you delete those redundant missives.
Email remains one of the most common tasks we perform with our computers, but sometimes the mail won't go through (or won't go through in a way we prefer). Chris Breen offers workarounds for common email problems.
Mary Andrews is frustrated by Safari's small Bookmarks Bar text. Chris Breen offers a solution.
While some companies clamp down on telecommuting, the truth is that remote employees today can more seamlessly integrate with the office than ever before. Lex Friedman runs down the apps he uses to stay better connected with his coworkers around the country.
In his previous two lessons, Christopher Breen showed you around Safari's interface and preferences. He now offers some of his favorite Safari tips and tricks.
What can you do about making FaceTime calls when the country you're calling from prohibits it? Chris Breen lifts the veil.
If you're distracted by sites that shove audio and video at you while you're trying to read, Chris Breen has a solution.
Professor Breen continues his exploration of Safari with a look at its most helpful preferences.
In this week's Mac 101 lesson, Chris Breen introduces the Web browser you may very well be using to read these words.