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You can check to see what commands are in your history at any time by running the history command.
Many people stay away from the command line because of the tedium of typing long commands. But you can save lots of time and type less by using the command history functions.
The key to learning about OS X's command line is manual (or man) pages. Here's an introduction.
Wish you could move a bunch of folders all at once or instantly move every file of a certain type into a new folder? Using your Mac's Terminal commands may be the answer.
The command line is not only powerful, it can also be dangerous. Learn how to use commands for deleting files and folders correctly to make sure your time with Terminal is a productivity godsend instead of a complete disaster.
Ready to learn a new skill in the new year? The Terminal can be a powerful productivity tool, if you know the basics.
Simple ways to banish grunge, dirt, and dust bunnies from your computer and peripherals.
The final installment in our series covering your iTunes questions.
The desktop metaphor is practical and useful, but maybe it’s time to move on to a new way to use our computers.
Your questions about iTunes, answered.
When something goes wrong with Home Sharing, you don't get much troubleshooting guidance. That can turn minor issues into major ones.
Answers to your questions about iTunes.
It'd be nice if users had more control over syncing to the cloud,
You can build your own Mac, if you’re willing to put in the time and effort. A whole lot of effort.
Answers to your many questions about iTunes.
At WWDC, Apple introduced new features that address the more egregious problems that plague users.
Image editing for the rest of us.
How to see the information you want to see in an iTunes playlist.
Timing can track both billable time and activity on your Mac so you can know how much to bill a client.
As iOS evolves, it gets more complicated. That means we need a better way to customize and adjust iOS settings.