The update to bring Monterey to version 12.3.1 is very small, and close to the minimum update size. […]
Apple has just released the update to macOS Monterey 12.3.1. It claims to address two issues: for Mac […]
Everyday domestic scenes, the music hall, Pierrots performing at Brighton, and townscapes are among his paintings made after the Camden Town Group.
Is a process named triald stealing lots of CPU? Or maybe ~/Library/Trial is huge, or filling your backups? Maybe it’s all just one of Apple’s Experiments.
Fading and colour change in paints has been well-described since 1400. Shown here in examples using indigo, it wasn’t properly investigated until the late 19th century.
How can you tell when software uses the Neural Engine in an M1 series Mac? How much power does it use, and what is Espresso? Mysteries unravelled.
Commemorating the 500th anniversary of the death of this innovative Florentine painter, a contemporary of Botticelli.
How Apple’s Neural Engine ensures that your data remains private, rather than uploading it for processing on servers. And it spares your CPU cores from running neural computation.
Don Quixote is shown a bust, product of an enchanter, which answers questions truthfully, but not on Fridays. Everyone is amazed, apart from Sancho Panza.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 144. Here are my solutions to them. 1: A […]