Obtaining estimates for individual P and E core performance of processes run mainly in an ALU and those using floating-point and SIMD gives further insight and confirms the cores haven’t changed from M1 to M1 Pro.
Fed up with the Flying Pointer? Tired of the oldest Universal Bug in Finder Column Widths? Want updates from the App Store? These are some of the annoyances in 12.0.1.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 127. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Projections, […]
For many users, it’s essential to be able to check the integrity of the data which are in a backup. This feature has changed when backing up to APFS.
The last time Apple paused updates to XProtect and MRT, it changed the way certificate revocations were checked, and introduced notarization.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Projections, contours, where […]
Many folders have them. They’re so invisible that you can’t even see them when you show hidden files. And the only way you know they’re there is when they cause problems.
How does macOS load processes onto the cores in M1 series processors? Are its policies similar between the original M1 and the M1 Pro?
Tired of HFS+? Disenchanted by APFS? Why not copy or back up to a different file system? Here are crocodiles waiting to bite you.
Portrait mode, which affects video, and two new microphone modes are interesting additions to Monterey for some Macs. Here are full details.