This week, I have been attacked by zombies – half-dead apps which appear to have quit automatically, but […]
If your Mac has recently told you that Adobe Flash Player has been disabled, or if you have […]
Apple has just pushed updates to its MRT and XProtect security tools for High Sierra, Sierra, and El […]
Why would anyone tell the user that an app had quit, but actually leave it hanging around, near-useless, in memory?
Put TextEdit or Preview into the background when they haven’t got an open window, and they quit automatically, don’t they? Actually they don’t, they just become zombies.
Each year, the last major version of macOS is abandoned, incomplete and still full of bugs. Apple needs to reconsider, and complete the cycle by bringing them to marketable quality before moving on.
When Sierra’s automatic backups stop or become irregular, other functions fail too. Here are some important and more obvious ones. Is this fixed in High Sierra, and does it affect iPhones too?
Does APFS support its major new features – clones, snapshots, etc – yet, and how can you use them?
A new tool for performing full analysis of metadata for an APFS volume is now available – on an early bird offer.