Text in my Programs Looks Wrong

When programs display text in Mac OS X, they don’t actually use the original copy of the font. Instead, Mac OS X and programs from Adobe, Microsoft, and Quark create their own copy each font and store it in a quick-access file called a font cache. Using font caches is...

My Date & Time are Wrong!

Nearly all Macintosh computers have a battery on the logic board that provides power to a small amount of memory that retains settings required by your computer for proper startup. That small amount of memory is called Parameter Random Access Memory, or PRAM for...