Mac Kung Fu greatest hits

> Turn a Mac into a Time Capsule
> How to BitTorrent on your Mac – the complete (and secure) guide
> El Capitan's crazy gamma adjustments – photographers beware
> Grabbing photos from your iPhone or iPad WITHOUT Photos app
> Speed test your Net connection WITHOUT a site or app
> Add your team's logo as a Watch complication
> Make use of a bug to speed-up your iPhone
> Wiping an iPad or iPhone when it won't even turn on
> VeraCrypt: The TrueCrypt replacement we've been waiting for
> What to do if Disk Utility can’t fix things
> Try every Watch/strap combo with Apple's fun interactive gallery
> Setting up BitTorrent on a Mac
> Backup, wipe, restore: Speed-up your iPhone/iPad and gain storage
> Avoid website distractions while you work on your Mac
> Where's cheapest in the world for Apple stuff? A new website tells you
> Vintage OS X ad emphasizes Unix power
> Is Siri going deaf? Getting Siri to understand you
> How to quickly duplicate a browser tab in Safari
> Apple TV not switching on? Here's a possible fix
> Interesting Finder additions in OS X El Capitan
> Turn any movie into a Live Photo, and create your own live wallpaper or Watch face
> Work with zips as folders, like with Windows
> How to swear on your iPhone, iPad or Mac
> Basic self-defence: How to block the NEXT ransomware outbreak
> Nose-tapping and the Apple Watch
> Password-protecting video playback on a Mac
> Block MacKeeper
> Get back Word's Find (and Replace) dialog box
> How do I turn off Low Power Mode on the iPhone?
> How to ask Apple and others to improve their software
> Make your Mac chime when power is attached, and see a battery display
> Benchmark your Mac's DNS settings for zinging Internet speeds
> Mac Kung Fu: 400+ tips, 120,000+ words, just $1.99
> All the TCP/UDP ports used by Apple software
> What does this mean when it appears on my Apple Watch?
> Why iCloud Drive isn't garbage – an expert's guide
> Check the health of Apple online services
> 2016: The year of Apple ransom scams
> Adblockers now "official" on the Mac too
> 20 classic Mac tricks that you don't know