Even the fastest home Internet connection may impose a cap on the amount of data you can upload and download per month. That might be 10GB for a budget satellite connection, or hundreds of gigabytes for cable or DSL service. If you find yourself approaching your limit long before the end of the month, you can curtail your data consumption without making life too inconvenient.
Been meaning to back-up your PC, but not sure where to start? Here are three tools that can get you started.
Reader Walt Pinkston has an impatient friend who was a little too anxious to put old data on a new Mac. He writes:
Maybe your carrier has tight data caps. Or perhaps you'll be driving (or hiking) in an area with no coverage.
Yes, everyone says IMAP is the way to go when accessing your email via third-part clients, but POP3 may be a better choice.
When Apple released OS X Yosemite, they also gave us iTunes 12. Lots of things have changed in this new version, and I've been getting email from readers about many of the new features. In this week's column, I'll tell you how to bring back the sidebar, show you how to locate your music videos, discuss the new Info window, and issue hints for working with the new Wish List layout.
From formatting to editing, these combo-key wonders will save time and tedium every workday.
We're not sure exactly what that would be, but it was the most bizarre result from a wearables survey
With these three tools getting everyone together to create a shared photo album is simple and quick.