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The gang from CNET's The Fix get together to offer some tips for students heading back to school.
It seems that a large, logical brain isn't enough to crush it at Candy Crush. Its mathematical difficulty level is very high.
Stanford has hosted its first high-tech poetry competition, exploring how computer code can be read and deployed as a poetic language.
Mozilla's latest version of Firefox conveniently includes a built-in PDF viewer. If you prefer your own PDF viewer, here's how to change it.
When making custom changes to a program that go beyond its preferences settings, it can be a good idea to make sure you have a way to revert your edits.
iTunes includes library links to the iTunes Music Store, but these can be removed or changed to access the current library, if desired.
Terminal commands are often run multiple times, and the OS X terminal supports several ways of doing this.
OS X Lion's FileVault technology may seem to make encrypted virtual memory redundant, but maintaining encryption even with FileVault 2 enabled is likely a good idea.
In recent versions of OS X, Apple has changed and enhanced input options. Here is how to make use of and alter some of these behaviors if desired.
MacFixIt Answers is a feature in which we answer questions e-mailed from our readers. This week we have questions on missing "new message" chimes in Mail, installing iPhoto from another computer, Time Machine drives not being recognized despite being formatted properly, and how to set a system to boot to the 64-bit kernel by default.