Don't-Miss Software Stories
A reader has a grave complaint about an acute problem adding accents.
A reader has a mismatch between the body of a message and the ostensible sender.
The lowdown on file formats used by cameras.
Get control of your messages in OS X's Mail, iCloud, and Gmail.
When it comes to your iTunes questions, Kirk McElhearn has the answers.
What's the difference between a JPEG, PNG, and TIFF? Which file format should you use and when?
iOS's Do Not Disturb feature can do more than merely silence incoming calls while you sleep. Here's what else it can do for you.
A reader wants to be able to keep lower-resolution iPhone images separate from her other photos.
The trick to using Photoshop's toning presets is knowing where to find them.
Get more out of iTunes.
It seems related to iCloud Photo Library, but the cause is apparently an outdated credit card and the iTunes Store.
Always use the same view to look at your files in the Finder? You can save time by learning when to use Icon, List, Column, or Cover Flow view.
Episode 14 in our series on setting up and managing devices using Server’s Profile Manager service.
A reader wonders why the color changes between yellow and green on his Time Machine backup volume.
A little bit of easy math is all it takes to make sure your prints look their best.