We've heard that iOS 8 will be announced at WWDC and we've heard rumors of what will be announced, but there's not much left on our most-wanted list to cross off.
If needed, Apple's TextEdit program can be used to modify hidden system files.
For any problem with your Mac, you can at least help isolate or even fix it by performing several checks and troubleshooting actions.
Leaked screenshots suggest that Preview and TextEdit apps from your Mac are coming to iOS 8 as well as Apple's fitness tracker Healthbook.
Accessing a hidden folder from within an application may be tricky, but can be overcome using a simple Finder trick.
If you use Maya on the new 2013 Mac Pro for rendering highly complex scenes, and are experiencing major drops in performance, a quick configuration setting adjustment may fix the issue.
Apple's Expose view can be invoked directly from the Dock, showing you the windows of open applications regardless of which program is currently in focus.
TextEdit's auto-formatting of lists can be a burden. Here is how to turn it off.
While OS X includes some robust tools for troubleshooting, there are a number of third-party tools that can help tackle problems or simply give you a better understanding of how OS X functions.
Apple's report-generating routines in OS X Mavericks give in-depth views of your system's activity, which may help if you need to troubleshoot problems with your system.