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Apple may soon let you unlock your Mac using Touch ID on your iPhone

Apple may be working to bring Touch ID to the Mac, albeit in an unexpected way: your iPhone.

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How to download OS X 10.11.5 on your Mac

OS X 10.11.5 is now available for your Mac computer and here's how to download and install it!

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How to find and remove files from the 'Other' storage category on your Mac

Ever wonder how you can clear up some space from that "Other" storage category on your Mac? We show you how.

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Safari appears to be crashing for some when creating searches in the address bar

There appears to be an issue plaguing select iPhone and Mac owners, which results in Safari crashing when attempting to search for entered text using the address bar. Reports have been published by those rocking iOS and OS X hardware who have been able to reproduce the crash. Luckily, there appears to be an easy temporary fix if you happen to be among those affected.

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How to view and move your iMessage history and attachments to a new Mac

Want to find an old iMessage conversation or attachment? How about transferring iMessages from one computer to the other? We've got you covered.

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How to install OS X El Capitan over the El Cap GM beta seed

Want to upgrade to the production version of OS X El Capitan? Here's how to go about doing it.

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How to install and get started with OS X El Capitan

Apple's latest OS X software update, El Capitan, has arrived. There's a lot packed into this update, so to help you learn the ropes and get to exploring on your own, we've put together this guide to get started. We'll help you back up your information if you haven't already; walk you through the update process; and suggest some great apps formatted to take advantage of OS X El Capitan's new features.

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John Siracusa concludes his reign of epic OS X reviews

After 15 years and 11 Mac OS X reviews, Hypercritical author and Accidental Tech Podcast anchor John Siracusa has announced an end to his epic operating system coverage on Ars Technica.

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Apple issues OS X security update with fix for 'FREAK attack'

Apple has issued a number of new security updates for OS X. The issues addressed in the update include iCloud Keychain and the recent "FREAK attack" SSL/TLS vulnerability.

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Apple issues security update for critical vulnerability in OS X

Apple has issued an update today aimed to address a critical security issue with OS X's Network Time Protocol service. The update is recommended to be installed "as soon as possible" for all users.

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