How to interpret the code numbers written into your Mac’s log to indicate the reason for shutting down, restarting, or going to sleep.
Time should be universal, simple, and precise. Not in computers, though. Given enough clocks, it can behave oddly at times.
It’s time to think of summer: that means macOS 10.13, APFS, and the future of scripting. Is Swift a suitable language?
How can you tell whether your Mac supports Continuity, whether you bought an app from the App Store, and diagnose extension problems?
We should see a lot of new hardware releases, and macOS 10.13 in the autumn. Plan now so that you cope well with the switch in file systems: that may affect your current backups, and more.
Next year might not be as bad as it is currently. Tim Cook doesn’t reveal any details, but lays down some corporate policy.
Holiday price reductions on many of the best software products for macOS: crafted to empower rather than dispirit.