Sierra 10.12.5 claims that the App Store app has been enhanced. That’s not what I have seen.
VPN is important protection when you use public-access WiFi, and many now rely on it to protect them from government snooping. Do you trust it?
A new method of buying software should have been welcome, had it not been for its use of an old and restrictive rental system.
How can you tell whether your Mac supports Continuity, whether you bought an app from the App Store, and diagnose extension problems?
The App Store had been behaving itself, until it showed that it couldn’t count up to three accurately.
If there’s one update that we need, it is an App Store app which works reliably. The current one suffers from general dystopia.
When it rains, it always pours catfish. And most of the falling fish came courtesy of the App Store.
Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, and Sierra have been free, until the release of the next major version, when they become priceless for some users.
Should Time Machine back up on demand, or every hour? Sierra doesn’t seem sure. And how Apple needs to think of users more in the App Store.
Unlike iOS, OS X does not require apps to run in a sandbox. But when they do, there are important benefits to the user.