A reader has the need to reboot his Mac when far away from it.
We unpack the message behind Apple's WWDC keynote and discuss the HomePod’s potential, and touch on everything else in this jam-packed event.
A reader preparing their Mac for sale has a well-meaning friend erase the startup volume.
A reader is ready to shed their Mac, but the only problem is an extensive music library.
Being the only entity that has access to your passphrase or encryption key is ever more important. Companies are taking notice.
Monitor and cap your Mac’s Internet data transfer on Wi-Fi networks or while tethering with a well-made management tool.
The big Apple developer’s event is just around the corner, and we present our wishlists, especially for tvOS.
Apple doesn’t let you use popularity for selection or sorting, and has two kinds of “likes.”
For every advance in macOS, plenty is left behind. We have a wishlist of what could be better.
An old, unsolved problem with non-Roman characters in domain names raises it head again, but you can deter it.
No. But you can use phone numbers.
A reader wants all sent email to be stored in iCloud, not on his Mac.
Tim Cook is sporting a healthy new wristband, but will it change the world more than the iPhone? This and other recent Apple news are covered in the newest episode of the Macworld Podcast.
One of the most useful features of macOS lets you see your files from newest to oldest.
To keep a proper record of your calendar, you need to adjust a setting in iOS.