From what I gather, about one in seven human beings uses Facebook. How active they are is probably a different number. Regardless, Facebook is a big deal for many people in the world, and that includes Mac users. How do ...

As much as I like the Mac App Store, and I do, it can also be a dangerous place for the uninformed, inexperienced, and naive Mac user. In other words it’s a place to buy Mac apps that users really ...

How much old email clutters up your Mac? If you’re like me, then you have many thousands of email messages that you’re afraid to throw away. Even if their value is dubious, some say it’s better to save than delete. ...

As big as our Mac screens get, desktop or notebook, they’re just not big enough. As much as I love the MacBook Air, that screen real estate is limiting. Take the Mac’s Menubar. Please. I have mine stuffed with more ...

Apple taught the masses how to gesture. The iPhone and iPad are touch-based devices, yes, and work just fine with gestures. Even the Mac’s built-in trackpad or Magic Mouse can handle a few finger flipping gestures to navigate and scroll. ...

Letting go of the past can be fraught with feelings of angst. Take Microsoft Office for Mac. Please. As is the case with many Mac users, I depended on Microsoft Office to keep me compatible. All of my Windows PC ...

A long, long time ago. In a galaxy far, far away… was a browser that did everything. It browsed. It handled email. It built web pages. It manages newsgroups and chat. It was the Swiss Army Knife of browsers. Netscape ...

Who among us does not use the Mac’s Dock? From newbie to switcher, and most experienced Mac user, the Dock is where we start to launch an app. The Dock? What’s special about the Dock is that it’s useful, always ...