Apple needs to widen the gap between late Intel and Apple silicon Macs without locking Intel Macs out, mature Stage Manager, fix System Settings, and more.
Category Archive: Macs
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Image library replaced […]
Now supported by many apps, document versions are a free and valuable feature in macOS. Here’s a summary of its features and how to get most from it.
Where to look for file metadata in the Finder, and how you can customise it, in spite of its apparent confusion. And how APFS takes care of extended attributes for you.
What are the performance differences between SHA-256 and 512? What throughput can you expect when checking hashes? And how to correct errors detected?
Introduced in the Finder in Mac OS X, these hidden and invisible files have been quietly causing havoc with backups, revision control systems, and more.
Since November 2020, every T2 and Apple silicon Mac that has booted Big Sur or later in Full Security mode has check the integrity of its 9 GB SSV.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 205. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Fifteen […]
How to capture the panic log, immediate actions likely to help make a diagnosis, and how to read the panic log.
From its outset, APFS hasn’t tested the integrity of file data stored on it. Would this be a good idea, or should macOS switch to the ZFS file system instead?