Mac Geek Gab listener Kevin loves the Mac App Store, but doesn't want to waste time and bandwidth downloading all of his purchases to each Mac in his home. We show him how to download a Mac App Store app only once, and then copy it to all of his other personal Macs.
Auto-correct is a handy feature of iOS, but if the system keeps suggesting the wrong word, it can quickly become annoying. We show you how to reset your iOS dictionary so that you can re-train the system to suggest the words you want.
Like many Mac users, Mac Geek Gab listener Chris uses Time Machine to back up his Mac's data. Because this is such a crucial and important task, Chris always wants to know if and when the last backup completed successfully. We'll show him two methods for keeping an eye on his Time Machine backups.
Mac Geek Gab listener Joel just upgraded to Mountain Lion and likes the new ability to store and sync documents in iCloud. Like any good Mac user, however, Joel is concerned about backups and wants to make sure those iCloud documents are safe. We explain how iCloud handles documents and explain how most users with local backups may already be backing up their iCloud data without even knowing it.
Mac Geek Gab listener Tony is inundated with draft copies of his sent mail while using Apple’s Mail.app to access his Gmail account. We show him how to change Mail’s settings so that he can avoid this common Gmail problem.
Mac Geek Gab listener Karl likes iCal’s month view but isn’t a fan of Apple’s decision to default all new month view events to an “all-day” or 8-hour duration. We show him some workarounds and solutions to creating events with shorter, more applicable durations.
Mac Geek Gab listener Keith frequently finds his IMAP email attachments corrupted. We show him how to solve his problem using Apple Mail.
All that Mac Geek Gab listener Larry wanted was to connect to an airport’s free Wi-Fi while he was waiting for his flight. Unfortunately, his MacBook Pro and the Wi-Fi network didn’t play nice. We show him some tips on how to troubleshoot connection issues on public Wi-Fi networks.
Mac Geek Gab listener James wants to use multiple iPads on his network to log in remotely to a single Mac, all at the same time. Impossible? No! We show James how to configure this relatively simple an incredibly useful set up.
Mac Geek Gab listener Joe upgraded his iPad to iOS 5 but finds that he’s missing some things in Notification Center. We explain why iPad users like Joe don’t have weather and stock widgets in their Notification Center and offer some thoughts on how adventerous users might obtain them.
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