An old iTunes synchronization is probably to blame for this problem.
External drives that suddenly disappear? Backup and take heed.
Diagnostic software that uses S.M.A.R.T. information and other data to provide a comprehensive health report.
If you wind up with backups from computer you no longer need, you can delete them.
A reader figured out a simple solution: delete messages that contain the incorrect correction.
If you want one or more icloud.com addresses, you take different paths depending on how you’re already set up.
A bug in iTunes can be generally bypassed by quitting the app and relaunching.
If your main iCloud address has become unusable due to spam or unwanted emails, there’s a trick that could help.
To better manages your Mac’s storage, you need to turn to a third-party software tool. Here are a few to check out.
Apple described this Safari change in 10.14.4’s release notes as “Streamlines website login when filling credentials with Password AutoFill.” If you don’t want this to happen, here’s what you can do.
A reader offers a suggestion that can provide the best of both worlds.
A mystery plagues two iOS users, but others must be affected?
The solution requires a lot more technology on the backend, but you can make inroads.
The “hard link” approach Apple uses to reduce storage doesn’t survive a copy operation.
Time Machine only works with HFS+ drives.