Mark’s Spaces in Lion keep changing order, interrupting his workflow. Can we help him set his Spaces straight? We can!
Joe has gotten an SSD drive and wants to offload as much as possible to other disks, leaving his SSD free. He found his mobile device backups folder was quite large, but wasn’t sure how to move it. The Mac Geek Gab comes to the rescue in this edition of MGG Answers!
Wes realized he had two iTunes accounts and is now seeking advice for what to do. Geeks to the rescue!
Months ago we started surveying our readers and listeners, asking them about their laptop battery-usage habits and relating those to the lifespan of the batteries themselves. The results are shocking.
Scott’s got a problem with his Mac’s Spotlight database: it’s not returning the expected results when he’s searching in Mail.app. Let’s see if we can help get him straightened out.
Brian’s ready to go with Time Machine, but only wants to backup the essentials. What’s the best way to do this? Find out straight from the geeks after the jump.
Dan’s got a file that just won’t delete, and your geeks help him through it.
Lee is a computer consultant who is in the position of dealing with an unhappy client despite Lee’s best efforts. Dave lends his experience here.
Gray is seeing a problem with Rosetta on his Intel Mac. Since he has no need for it to run, he wants to disable it, but isn’t sure how. Mac Geek Gab Answers comes to the rescue!
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