UserDefaults and cfprefsd manage the preference system, an amorphous database spread across hundreds of files which can only be controlled in Terminal. It’s time for a change.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through whatever you’re now allowed to do. 1: In a […]
Tools to help you discover the cause of Bluetooth disconnections, by assessing the link quality and more. For both Intel and M1 Macs.
For a systematic compilation of links to articles here about Apple Silicon Macs, specifically its M1 models, go […]
Internally, it isn’t called Rosetta, but OAH. Although itself tiny, its demands on memory and CPU can be great. Details of how and what it does, and more.
There’s no SMC, so you can’t reset it. Although there’s still NVRAM (PRAM), that can’t be reset either: full details of both for M1 models.
How to use Scapple (App Store) to construct diagrams with the minimum effort, and paying attention to their contents rather than formatting.
To get an accurate recent reading of the charge level of trackpad or keyboard, I have to open the Bluetooth status display twice. Why?
Something wrong with the Finder or an app, and you want to trash its preferences? Don’t: macOS will defeat you. Here’s how to do that so it works.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 82. Here are my solutions to them. 1: A4, […]