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 […]
When something goes wrong with your Mac, the best clues are usually found in the log. Are you scared to open Console, or panic when you scroll through its contents?
Can the Mac produce a transcribed account of important meetings using Dictation, or would an audio typist be better?
Can you squeeze more from your existing Mac, or must you replace it to improve performance?
If you use FileMaker’s SSL feature for connections between FileMaker clients and FileMaker Server, then you need to […]
I am a great believer in the Internet remaining relatively unregulated, free to all, and free for all. But we need direction to provide better for disruption and disaster.
Can you tell a router from a switch, do you know the MAC of your Mac, and what is the difference between IEEE 802.11b and g?