From killing a process, through a regular restart, to Recovery and a bootable external recovery disk, all you need to know about fixing your Mac in macOS 11 and 12.
Since Catalina, reports of Time Machine backups slowing to a crawl have become common, but the reasons are unclear. It’s time for Apple to inform us.
If you’re still running Big Sur or Catalina and have been puzzled as to why their recent security […]
Apple has released the updates to macOS Monterey 12.1, and Big Sur 11.6.2, with the next Catalina Security […]
If your Mac slows to a crawl, don’t just reboot it. Here’s how to discover what the likely cause is, and a structured approach to recovery.
For many users, it’s essential to be able to check the integrity of the data which are in a backup. This feature has changed when backing up to APFS.
Don’t waste time trying to discover which files are still open when you want to check or repair an APFS disk and Disk Utility throws an error. Here’s the solution.
When your backups are stored on hard disks, even though they may use APFS, it’s important to check they’re sound. How to do better than Disk Utility.
In Big Sur and Monterey, if you’ve not opened an app’s Help book, the first time you do it may appear empty, or simply not work. Here’s why and how to fix it.
Tab groups make it easy and convenient to have dozens of pages open at the same time in Safari. But that comes at a price – they could run your Mac low on memory.