Why deleting either the System or Data volume, but not the whole Volume Group, could get your Mac into trouble in macOS 11 or 12.
Apple seemed reluctant to provide a full installer and IPSW image for 11.6. How does that affect those staying with Big Sur for the next year of security updates?
Introduced in Mac OS X 10.7, it remained an HFS+ partition until High Sierra. With Mojave, it became an APFS volume, except for M1 Macs.
Apple’s release season opens on Tuesday. But what’s happening with Monterey – is it going to be complete and ready, or full of beta-features?
Intended to be the last version to support macOS 10.12 to 12, and backing up to HFS+ volumes, this contains small improvements particularly for Monterey.
Lists the Standard Exclusions set by the system, explains custom ‘sticky’ exclusions, how iCloud Drive is handled, and oddities with Photos libraries.
The split startup volumes in Catalina, Big Sur and Monterey can be disorientating. Here’s how to find your way in the Finder and Terminal.
LockRattler 4.31 and SystHist 1.15 prepare for the release of Monterey, and include minor fixes for earlier versions of macOS as well.
macOS 12.0 is expected to bring EFI firmware updates for most if not all supported models. This article […]
Installing two different versions of macOS within a single container brings flexibility as they share free space, a little economy maybe, and complexity – explained here.