For 3 successive releases of El Capitan over a 4 month period, some Macs keep freezing. No operating system should ever collapse like that.
Was that crash a freeze, a panic, or just a spinning beachball? And what do they mean?
For the last 15 weeks, this iMac has been freezing sporadically. I have run out of ideas, and hope that 10.11.6 fixes the bug.
I may at last have found a way to reduce the frequency of freezing in OS X 10.11.4 and later.
After another system freeze, it is clear the problems in El Capitan are not fixed in 10.11.5.
Has your Mac been freezing occasionally since updating to OS X 10.11.4? You are not alone, it seems.
Things were not looking good: my Mac would not start up, and the RAID would not shut down. Stalemate.
My new router freezes my old Mac. What is wrong?
The computing sense of crash lacks onomatopœa, is gross hyperbole, and is far too widely encompassing to be meaningful.
Like all sophisticated systems, Macs do sometimes go wrong. Indeed in some hands they always seem to be […]