The worst software seems to go out of its way to remain, like a stain on your clothes, and can even render OS X unstable.
Phishing attacks are being launched against MacKeeper, and there is a more theoretical problem with sandboxing.
Just when most software had settled on using Apple’s Installer, along came the App Store to add to complexity. And then there’s Adobe with its own downloaders and installers again. So how should we install and update software?
If you have Apple Pro apps such as Final Cut Pro, then the App Store app should have offered you this update. It may keep providing the update, and installing it several times.
Am I the only person to find Apple’s App Stores impossible to search usefully? There are times when […]
We now have a choice of models: those that grip you by the short and curlies, such as Adobe’s Creative Cloud, or the App Store’s take-it-or-leave-it, in which you pay full price for every major release irrespective of existing licences.
Freshly installed OS X has clear ideas about what should go where. Does it really matter, or can […]
Now that my logs have stopped spewing errors, the hard disk is no longer churning, and the dust is settling, it is time for a hot washup on the OS X 10.10.3 update.
There has been continuing disruption to Apple’s online services throughout today 11 March 2015, and although some services […]