When the "startup disk is almost full" warning starts to haunt your Mac, it's time to clean house. CleanMyMac works some powerful black magic. The cobwebs are swept away and my Mac's response time is noticeably quicker.
When my son started kindergarten last year, I couldn’t believe how much paper came home from school each day. On top of mail, bills, bank statements, warranties, receipts, and more — managing paper took on a whole new dimension. Read on for 12 simple ways to help tame paper chaos around the house.
Audio files take up lots of space. If you don't need or want a vast portable music library, here's how to change the default setting and limit how much music is synced to your iPhone.
Reduce junk mail by registering with the Direct Marketing Association’s "Mail Preference Service" at DMAChoice.org. It's worth the few minutes it takes to elect three blanket preferences - one each for catalogs, magazines, and other mail offers.
Round up all those paper catalogs you got over the holiday buying season and opt-out of each title you don't want at CatalogChoice.org. I grabbed a stack and in less than 45 minutes, created a free account and opted-out of 24 catalogs, plus two phone books.