Two reasons for paying more and using SSDs are that they’re faster and more reliable. Data on failure and reliability don’t appear as clear as the ads, though.
If your SSD suddenly loses power, what is there to prevent it from incurring serious errors as a result? Practical solutions.
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.
You press the Power button, but don’t see the normal login window. How to interpret your Mac’s different screens, and what to do about them.
RunningBoard is new to macOS 10.15 and iOS 13. It’s very active in the log, and can cause apps to crash sometimes. So what does it do?
Even basic store facilities like restrooms contact details of who to contact when there’s a problem. Not so with Apple’s Notary Service. It just gives you spurious errors instead.
What to do when your Mac won’t boot into the Desktop and Finder – another summary diagram for diagnosis and suggested solutions.
Although they’re normally very reliable, they do sometimes go wrong. Here’s how to get your trackpad working properly again.
Two free tools to check how long your SSD, including those in Fusion Drives, is likely to last.
How long will the SSD in your Mac last before it fails? Some seem to be going to an early grave. Is yours?