Tag: take control books

Book Sales: Take Control Winterfest 2022 and Peachpit

Save on ebook versions of my books in two different sales, Winterfest 2022 and Peachpit Skip the Shipping.

Talking Apple Watch on MacVoices

To coincide with the release of the third edition of Take Control of Apple Watch, I spoke to Chuck Joiner on MacVoices about what's new and interesting in the watch world.

Talking Digital Storage at MacVoices

On the latest MacVoices, I talk about the latest revision to my book Take Control of Your Digital Storage

Take Control of Your Digital Storage v2.2

You'd think the topic of storage would be pretty unchanging, but that's not the case at all. I've revised the book in several ways to bring the book up to speed on the latest changes in macOS and associated storage.

Take Control of Apple Watch, Second Edition

Now available! Updated for watchOS 8 and the Series 7 Apple Watch, this ebook tells you everything you need to know about Apple's most personal smart device.

Managing Files Book Review and MacVoices Interview

I share a great review of my new book Take Control of Managing Your Files at MyMac.com and talk to Chuck Joiner at MacVoices about it.

Take Control of Managing Your Files

Is your macOS desktop filled with file icons? Do you even know a desktop picture is hiding behind them?!? Perhaps you need to take control of managing your files.

Take Control of Apple Watch v1.1, Updated for watchOS 7 and New Models

I’ve just completed a big update to my book Take Control of Apple Watch to include the changes and improvements in watchOS 7 and the new Apple Watch Series 6 and SE models.

Take Control of Storage 2nd Edition on MacVoices

One of the pleasures of releasing new projects is the knowledge that I’ll get to talk to Chuck Joiner at MacVoices about it. I’ll be deep into the end stages of a deadline and I’ll get an email from Chuck: “Hey, I hear you’re about to release something new. Want to talk about it on ...

Take Control of Your Digital Storage, Second Edition

The topic of storage in your Mac mostly recedes into the background. Until something goes wrong. Or you need more of it. Or you get a new computer and realize that what you really should do is re-evaluate your entire storage system. So you dig in…and it’s like opening a wall in your house. Which ...