Much of my old work was backed up to Zip 100 drives, which I used to access with a long-dead Mac. Is there any way that I can access files on them now?
Apple has just released the first update to the Watch software, version 1.0.1.
I tried copying my iPhoto Libraries to my NAS drive, but that failed. How should I back these up?
Most systems in everyday life had readily accessible fallbacks that you could rely on when the system of first choice was not available. We seem to have lost those now.
An outline of how apps run, to help you fix their problems, and decide whether more memory would help.
I have been trying to use Contacts to build a list of potential clients. Often, several work for the same company, but Contacts insists that I create each card from scratch. Is there any easier way?
Is there a way to lock an individual folder, so that it can only be opened on entry of a pre-set password?
Whilst we can improve our technology to enhance our abilities, our anatomical and physiological limitations also determine what we can and cannot do.
In planning my migration from an old MacBook to a new Mac, am I right to suppose that Ethernet is the best way to connect the systems?