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Back to My Mac icon Three Ways to Remotely Access and...
Have you ever been away from your home or office Mac and suddenly realized that you a) left it on when you meant to shut it down, b) tried to run...

How To Free Up iOS Storage...
Anyone who listens to a lot of podcasts knows that pretty soon, those sound files that you’re listening to can start taking up a lot of space on your...


Happy World Backup Day! How To...
Believe it or not, it’s already March 31 and that means it’s World Backup Day! World Backup Day is recognized every year and is a day for people to learn about...

How to Find or Erase Your...
During November and December, we offered up a series of suggestions for travelers who take their tech on the road with them. In one of those articles, the use of...

Tux the penguin, the official mascot of Linux Tech Tip: How to Install and...
Linux is an open-source Unix-like operating system that has been available in one form or another since 1991. Many servers operate on Linux, which is probably its primary use case....

Everything You Need to Know About...
Keychain is a password management system for macOS and iOS that was originally released with Mac OS 8.6 back in 1999 as a way of holding passwords, private keys,...


Tech Tip: Have You Cleaned Your...
Our Macs are remarkably reliable and are evolving to be even more reliable as moving parts like fans and hard disk drives are replaced with passive cooling systems and...

Enable "Upload to My Photo Stream" to send new photos to all iCloud devices Tech Tip: What To Do When...
In last week’s article, I discussed how iCloud Photo Library works to synchronize all of  your photos and videos on all of your devices — Mac, iOS, Apple TV,...

Tech Tip: Fixing Calendar Duplicates in...
There’s an odd little problem with the macOS Calendar app that I’ve run into a number of times, both personally and during my years as a Mac consultant. Sometimes an event...

How to Install, Manage, Delete Safari...
Safari is a fairly powerful macOS app on its own, but it can do things above and beyond the call of duty when it’s equipped with extensions. Safari extensions...