When the App Store keeps refusing to install an update, there’s a limited range of solutions. Sometimes the traditional fix works best.
Fifteen years ago, when we first got Spotlight search, we were more concerned with finding our documents rather than preventing others from reading their contents. Why?
If you’re using Catalina or Big Sur, you should by now only be obtaining apps from four sources: […]
Can you use Big Sur’s Content Caching Server to save and retain updates which can substitute for ‘delta’ and Combo standalone update packages?
Apple has just released Big Sur version 11.1, together with security updates for Catalina and Mojave, which are […]
This morning, Apple has reinstated Big Sur upgrades on its software update service. However, users may still encounter […]
You click on a link to get Apple software from the App Store, but it doesn’t work. Why not? What can you do to work around this?
What should you do if you think you’ve found a security vulnerability in macOS, or an app provided by the App Store? Will you get a bounty?
What has distinguished this year isn’t the pandemic, police murders, or Apple’s intransigence, but the complete intolerance which we are showing to one another.
How many apps have you got? Can you remember what they all do? Do you fancy a utility to help you categorise them flexibly and intelligently?