macOS Catalina is the first version of macOS which boots not from a single volume, but from two: […]
Why you should always protect backup storage with a UPS. Should you also rebuild its directories every month? And when to archive rather than back up.
What’s the point of impressive Finder illusions when users can’t rely on your explanation of how to erase a disk? Apple’s problems of 2019 considered.
Follow Apple’s instructions for a clean re-install, and you’ll probably hit an error, and be left floundering in Recovery mode with an unbootable system.
The Finder, Disk Utility and Terminal show disks and volumes differently, according to their function. This can appear confusing in Catalina until it has been explained.
Innovation and advance are impossible without change, and implementing change successfully is crucial to Apple. Here are two examples of it not going right.
New versions of Books, Music, News, Stocks and TV are among the most obvious changes in 10.15.2, but there’s a lot more besides, including some firmware updates.
Can you still share files using the AFP protocol, or must you contend with SMB and its bugs? And what about shared storage for Time Machine backups?
In the market for replacement backup storage? It’s a gamble, and you probably won’t know whether you made the right choice for the next year or more.
The Mac is now in a documentation crisis. Documentation debt is leaving many Mac users floundering around in the dark.