Some MacBook Pro users may still suffer sporadic kernel panics because of firmware bugs in any release of […]
Apple’s recent change in requirements for notarization also affects privacy protection in both Mojave and Catalina.
Using only free tools, it isn’t difficult to get a log excerpt which will tell you, or someone else, exactly what occurred at the time.
When Catalina is released, Apple is expected to drop support for macOS 10.12 Sierra. What should you do if that’s what your Mac is running now?
How can you tell whether a notarized app has been hardened, which Apple claims makes it more secure?
Cirrus now lets you change the paths used to open its special iCloud Drive browser: they’re stored in its preference file.
You can use Signposts readily from scripting languages, shell scripts, even within 3rd party apps, with the aid of these tools.
Apple started the 10.14.6 update on 22 July, and has (perhaps?) completed it on 26 August, almost as bad as with High Sierra last year. Does this bode ill for Catalina?
A utility to explore your keychains, revived, improved a great deal, and now compatible with Catalina.
Catalina will change our boot disks substantially with its read-only system volume. Here’s an account of what we already have in Mojave.