With only sketchy documentation and no open source release, how complete are the tools to support APFS? Are they still “work in progress”?
In just a few weeks, many of us will be upgrading to Catalina. Here’s a breakdown of compatibility of my free tools with the new version of macOS.
What do we want? Time Machine backing up to APFS storage. When do we want it? Well, not quite yet.
New version should address long delays in checking old Finder Alias files.
It may be over 2 years old, but its supporting tools are more like those of a beta. Adding containers isn’t at all straightforward.
How can you check all your old Finder Aliases to see which are broken and, more importantly, which are in danger of breaking?
Over a million people learned that very personal details of their had been leaking from an unsecured server. What should we learn?
Newly-built apps supplied by developers outside the App Store need now to be notarized. This in turn requires hardening, but what is that?
Do you want to see exactly what protected resources an app can try to access? Or check that your own app is correctly configured?
Over 9 months ago, document versioning became available across iCloud Drive, but had several major flaws. How has it improved since?