For a systematic compilation of links to articles here about Apple Silicon Macs, specifically its M1 models, go […]
A starting point for diagnosing and fixing your Mac problems, with links to key articles here.
Although it’s attractive that Apple should make its macOS support commitment explicit, it has reasons to avoid doing so. Would it really bring users any benefit?
Apple has just pushed an update to its malware removal tool MRT, bringing it to version 1.86, dated […]
Does analysis of literary plots offer anything to the understanding of visual narrative in painting? A journey through some of the best painted stories in quest of the answer.
Is it overhead from sandboxing, the file system, the throttling of I/O, or the limitations of the Efficiency cores? Is there anything a user can do?
Colour theory from the ancient Greeks to Munsell, via several artists including Leonardo da Vinci and Phillip Otto Runge.
Activity Monitor’s Memory view is the perfect place to watch for memory problems, such as a leak. Demonstrated here in macOS 12.0.1 and 12.1.
When Sancho Panza is awarded the governorship of a local town and leaves the castle to assume office, the knight is left forlorn, and amenable to a young maidservant.
Maybe you’ve just forgotten the password, or perhaps the owner/user of the Mac is no longer able to enter it. How to restore access to different models.
Four years older than Egon Schiele, Beeh was brilliant and expected to become a major artist. A century ago he died young, victim of seasonal flu.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 134. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Communion, […]