In the last couple of days, Apple has revealed that the High Sierra installer will not convert its […]
Should you be an early adopter, eagerly waiting for the release of macOS 10.13? Or would you do better to wait a while? Here are some important factors to consider.
A simple and concise example of a page from the documentation which we, as a community, could readily produce for macOS. Fancy giving us a hand?
They’re almost everywhere now: UUIDs and GUIDs identify disk volumes, printers, even the processes running on your Mac. Here’s an explanation.
They’re responsible for determining Gatekeeper’s checks, contain Finder information, and much more. With a new free tool too.
Has normalisation fixed problems with file and folder names in APFS, and how well does Sierra support it now?
Apple now states that APFS will handle the problems of normalisation of file and folder names. At least in iOS 10.3.3 and macOS 10.12.6, due shortly.
Apple is making adjustments to its new APFS file system for iOS. Will that bring similar improvements in compatibility to High Sierra?
How FileVault encryption failed, apparently damaging an SSD with less than 250 hours use. And what I did to fix it.
How to encrypt your hard disk without tears, using macOS FileVault. Includes addressing problems.