How to check your Mac’s hardware, interpret the results, deal with problems, and tackle tricky intermittent faults.
From Naturalist paintings of Bastille Day in 1880 to rush hour in New York City, and crowds outside the Gare de l’Est in 1917.
Snapshots are one of the crown jewels of APFS, and very powerful. Why then has Apple made them almost impossible to use?
Crowded streets in town and cities, from Jan van Eyck in 1435 to Pasini’s market in Constantinople in 1877.
Three riddles to tease your mind. Solutions will be posted here on Monday morning.
You’re checking through old files. How can you tell which file type they are when you don’t recognise the extension, or they don’t even have that to help?
Born 200 years ago today, he should have been one of the major artists of the 19th century, but died when he had only just turned 37.
Very few apps are able to make APFS snapshots – Time Machine, Carbon Copy Cloner, and SuperDuper! Why aren’t they more accessible?
A pupil of JAD Ingres when he was only 11 years old, his first work exhibited at the Salon when he was only 16: a precocious and brilliant narrative artist.
A good way of restoring a volume which has been damaged is from a previous snapshot. How easy is it in practice, though?