Handling errors means more than a couple of jargon phrases and a magic number. Designing for error requires the user to be at its centre.
What to do when your browser complains that a website you want to visit has a problem with its certificate security.
Did you think it was only old Mac OS X affected by the Let’s Encrypt certificate expiry problem? No, it’s Safari wherever you can use it. Here’s how to deal with it.
Finder refuses to eject a volume because it’s in use, or Disk Utility complains that it can’t unmount a volume. Here’s what to do about it.
When you write a comment to an article here, or edit a Property List, you’re editing XML. Two or three characters won’t work properly.
With a new version of Xcode, I knew that my network backup would take several hours. Then, as it neared its conclusion, disaster struck: the router reset itself and the network share vanished.
Close to 0.0, there are huge numbers of different floating-point Doubles, but their value gets greater, they are far fewer.
Has the Profiles pane recently appeared in System Preferences? Here’s why – a minor glitch in the App Store update.
APFS is almost 4 years old, and set out to solve the problem of accumulation of minor errors which has plagued HFS+. Has it?
Indexing and search diagrammed, leading to the diagnosis of problems with Spotlight, and their resolution.