We now have a choice of models: those that grip you by the short and curlies, such as Adobe’s Creative Cloud, or the App Store’s take-it-or-leave-it, in which you pay full price for every major release irrespective of existing licences.
My task was to turn over 7500 files into a database, in which we could search, sort, and analyse – something normally viewed as requiring prolonged labour and great cost. I had just 3 days.
In case you ask, yes, I have just ordered an Apple Watch. Well, strictly speaking two – one […]
We were returning from an idyllic Pyrenean holiday, and had just boarded the Eurostar in Paris, when my wife announced that she had lost her passport.
One of the security fixes announced in OS X 10.10.3 was a puzzle. In the words of Apple’s […]
Freshly installed OS X has clear ideas about what should go where. Does it really matter, or can […]
Now that my logs have stopped spewing errors, the hard disk is no longer churning, and the dust is settling, it is time for a hot washup on the OS X 10.10.3 update.
I sat in front of my iMac, only to discover that the Internet was gone. The right lights still shone on my modem-router, but no matter where I pointed Safari, I got a near-instant error.
Apple has just release updated versions of Safari: 8.0.5 for Yosemite (which is bundled in the OS X […]
Apple has today released the update – all 2.02 GB of it – to bring current Yosemite systems […]