Want an Apple ID but plan to never pay for a single thing from Apple through that ID? Here's how to set it up.
iCloud has restrictions that could prevent your email from being sent. If you have too many recipients, iCloud address errors, or really big file attachments, iCloud won't send your message.
Emails you get from mailing lists may be trying to spy on your activity. Here’s how to block stop that from happening.
If your current Mac has more data stored than the capacity of the new one, you probably feel you’re in a pickle. Here's what you can do to make the transition work.
If you’re sharing a Mac, you may want to restrict access to certain apps. Here’s how it’s done.
Need to boot your M1 Mac with an external drive? It’s not as easy as it used to be, as it likely requires you purchase new hardware.
With a Fusion drive, you can’t upgrade just the SSD or hard drive components without doing some hard work.
It’s easy to wind up with a single Apple ID account for your entire family, and then want to migrate to individual ones. Apple doesn’t let you split Apple ID accounts up, but here’s a set of strategies that can help.
If you get a random popup on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad, you’re right to initially mistrust it.
Apple lets you know who is at the door or another camera when used in conjunction with its secure video system.
Safari lets you set a style sheet that can override anything on a web page.
This accessibility tool provides a host of useful features you may have missed.
An update to Safari disabled the option for websites to prompt to let you upload files. It’s been fixed.
The problem doesn’t appear widespread, but users report incidents that date back years.
If you lose or sell the device or it’s stolen, you can remove it from your iCloud set remotely.
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