Completely rewritten to use macOS support libraries, parse log extracts, work with both local and iCloud keychains, and give you controls.
Each year, the last major version of macOS is abandoned, incomplete and still full of bugs. Apple needs to reconsider, and complete the cycle by bringing them to marketable quality before moving on.
Do you trust silent pushed updates to keep your Mac’s security data files up to date? How do you check whether they are?
Did you know your Mac may keep a history of its activities going back for over 3 months? Here’s how to access it, and some surprising results.
Even if you don’t connect it, a Mac’s Ethernet port is vital to authorise it to the App Store and more. Here’s how to cope if it goes missing.
A checklist of the latest EFI firmware versions which should be running on each recent Mac model.
Consolation can now open logarchive and individual tracev3 log files, provided that they conform to Apple’s logarchive format.
As Apple controls hardware, firmware, system software, and their updates, EFI firmware should be kept up to date reliably. But it isn’t. What’s gone wrong?
How to control whether your 2016 MacBook Pro sounds a startup-chime or start up when you open its case, why you can’t unmute a 2017 iMac, and how High Sierra changes your NVRAM.
How to update your firmware, reset the SMC, and reset the NVRAM (or zap the PRAM), and what they do. Updated for High Sierra.