Don't-Miss Software Stories
Got questions about iTunes? Our iTunes Guy, Kirk McElhearn, has answers.
Learn to use Photoshop to make an animated GIF that cycles through several images to create a slideshow that plays automatically on the web.
Photos for OS X has changed its export behavior since its initial release. You almost need a flowchart to figure it out.
What happens when you're roped into a group chat that you want to exit? You've got a couple of options.
Kirk McElhearn answers your questions about Apple media app.
Set up and manage devices using OS X Server’s Profile Manager service.
A calendar is a great way to enjoy your favorite photos. And it also makes for a great gift.
You can use Pages, Numbers, and Keynote to create documents with your friends, family, or co-workers, Here's how to get started.
If you have a large media collection, you may want to use a Mac as a dedicated device to run Plex. And the Mac mini is a perfect device for Plex.
El Capitan and iOS 9 has become perhaps too helpful in offering ideas to you when you're trying to address an email.
You can get rid of Finder items without an intermediate step.
The Force Awakens is here and the Internet is now a minefield of spoilers. This Chrome extension helps keep you spoiler-free until you're ready to see the movie yourself.
A reader would like to have Word’s auto-correct feature work elsewhere when mistyping two uppercase letters in a row.
Created a gorgeous slideshow in Photos? Here's how you can share it with your friends and family.
Photos with the wrong timestamp can be an organizational nightmare.