macOS Catalina is the first version of macOS which boots not from a single volume, but from two: […]
Updated for 10.15 release, with a clearer explanation of how Catalina’s new boot Volume Group works in practice, in the Finder and Terminal.
Note: I have now updated this with the latest roadmaps for 10.15 release. A further article will follow […]
Some simple card tricks using TextEdit files demonstrate that most current apps don’t use new features in APFS. But they’re still safe and efficient.
How can you refer to an important file or directory, no matter where it’s moved on a volume, even when it’s renamed?
Catalina will change our boot disks substantially with its read-only system volume. Here’s an account of what we already have in Mojave.
Should you enable TRIM, and what is it? Do you need to turn wear levelling on, and what about fragmentation on SSDs? Some mysteries explained.
Getting strange errors when trying to copy an RTFD package? Try looking inside it, to see if it has developed recursive structure, like Russian dolls.
Apple has at last released the Apple File System Reference, 143 pages and over 400 KB of detailed […]
Don’t pay too much attention to what Apple wants you to hear, but beware of what it omits to mention. Time Machine 2, perhaps?