Little changed from 10.14.5, the final release of Mojave still has many significant bugs. Here’s a partial listing.
A starting point for diagnosing and fixing your Mac problems, with links to key articles here.
Dreams painted by more modern artists, from William Blake to Paul Nash. These tend to become progressively harder to read.
Catalina upgrade may fail to update EFI firmware correctly in some Mac models, notable iMac17,1. Check your firmware!
Seen the reports that Apple Support recommends not installing 10.15 on new Mac minis? Well, they’re just another fake.
Painting dreams relies on a compositional convention to show both the viewer’s image of the dream, and that of the dreamer.
Three rather easier ones this week, I hope. Give them a try.
You’re stuck using hard disks with High Sierra or later. Could enabling defragmentation on them overcome the performance problems of APFS?
A painting based on one of Schubert’s songs expressing the inevitability of death, a Christ-like fisherman, and sacred groves – from one of the fathers of Symbolism.
Important updates if you’re running Catalina, as they add the KEXT blocker back into their checks.
Don’t rely on being able to use any Apple installer package unless it has been downloaded recently: its certificate is about to expire.
Paintings by Puvis were the antithesis of realism, Impressionism, and the Academic. They became popular after the Franco-Prussian War.