Apps may crash, but kernels panic. Don’t accept your Mac just panics often. It should never panic at all, and more than one panic a year needs to be properly investigated and reported.
The first tool you need to tackle Bluetooth problems shows the quality of connections. That’s a problem in Monterey at the moment. Here’s why.
Activity Monitor’s Memory view is the perfect place to watch for memory problems, such as a leak. Demonstrated here in macOS 12.0.1 and 12.1.
Have you got problems backing up to your NAS? Here is a series of four simple tests to perform to give clear insights and help you tune its performance.
If you want to check out your Mac’s Wi-Fi connection, Wireless Diagnostics is ideal. It’ll show you signal dropouts and give its opinion.
Understanding how iCloud works, and how files can be downloaded or evicted. Basic tests which are essential preliminaries, and using Cirrus to help.
Intended to be the last version to support macOS 10.12 to 12, and backing up to HFS+ volumes, this contains small improvements particularly for Monterey.
Recognition, immediate action including capturing the panic log, discovering clues as to cause, further investigations to diagnose and address the cause.
Failure to send outgoing mail to an SMTP server is an occasional problem which can be tricky to solve. Here are some clues, and a magic solution.
What you can learn about the processes running on your Mac, its processor cores, even the files which an app has open.