Updates recommended for all users. They finally address problems with using 12-hour and other clocks. Log handling code has been refactored to improve performance.
This update is recommended for all users. It finally addresses problems with using 12-hour and other clocks. It also reveals a more useful version of the log command used to get a log extract.
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With extensive refactoring in the code to display logs extracts, this update should be faster and require less memory on all supported versions of macOS.