It’s amazing what the cameras in our iPhones are capable of.
Just like the Mac, the iPhone and iPad have a Print Center where you can see and cancel what you’re printing—if you know where to look.
Luckily, there’s a way to make that much more difficult.
If emails that you send to someone seem to be going to the wrong person (at least, according to Apple Mail), we’re here to help you troubleshoot that. The problem could be in your Contacts program. The problem could be in Mail. Let’s sort it all out!
It’s not nearly as hard as it sounds, and a little spring cleaning never hurt anybody.
If you’ve given your network info to someone you wish you hadn’t (or you’re just tired of telling guests that your password is !!!!???R1CK&m0R7Y4EVA), you should know that you can change your Wi-Fi password on your AirPort device using a built-in utility on your Mac. Melissa Holt’s here to give us all the details and caveats!
You might even find it easier than using an app.
Bryan Chaffin explains how Bitcoin faucets work and which faucets you can trust to pay. [Update: Updated descriptions, added more faucets being tested. – Bryan]
You can quickly notify emergency services and your loved ones when things go wrong.
It could encourage you to know how much more efficient you’re being with the help of the app.
Apple’s old Software Update icon may be nostalgic, but it’s still pretty handy in your Mac’s Dock.
You have to be smarter than iOS to make this happen.
Seeing threaded conversations in Mail on the Mac isn’t for everyone so Melissa Holt shows you how to disable the feature.
It’s easy to make Spotlight searches on your Mac more specific with boolean operators and Melissa Holt shows you how.
Melissa Holt explains why you shouldn’t trust pop-up windows for Flash updaters and shows how to safely install Adobe’s multimedia player on your Mac if you really need it.
Today’s Quick Tip is on using a few keys on your keyboard to modify the way that the back button (or your history!) works in Safari on the Mac.