This free service doesn’t use up any of your iCloud space allowance, and can send attachments of up to 5 GB in size. Here’s how to use it on the Web, and in the Mail app.
Close to the top of my shortlist of new features in the next Apple Silicon Macs is that kernel panics become a thing of the past.
Here are this weekend’s riddles to entertain you through family time, shopping and recreation. 1: Unenclosed, frank, or […]
What are checksums, CRCs and hashes? What is required for a hash to be cryptographic, and how any of these affect your Mac? Some answers and explanations.
Useful metadata shown in two places, and available as columns in List views. But some things don’t match up, and information changes in front of your eyes.
Explaining the LDR family of instructions for loading registers, MOV for moving one register to another, STR for storing to memory, and SXTx/UXTx for filling a register with smaller data types.
Management of kernel extensions has changed significantly in Big Sur and later. This overview for users contrasts kexts with user-level extensions which are replacing them.
How conditional branching can slow modern processors down badly, comparing assembly code with that generated by Apple’s Swift compiler, and some puzzles.
I hope that you enjoyed Saturday’s Mac Riddles, episode 106. Here are my solutions to them. 1: Stock […]
Recognition, immediate action including capturing the panic log, discovering clues as to cause, further investigations to diagnose and address the cause.