Is Monterey burning your memory away? Here are two reproducible memory leaks which could explain that, plus two more than might.
How this memory leak probably occurs, which apps it affects, and what you can do to avoid it completely.
Tab groups make it easy and convenient to have dozens of pages open at the same time in Safari. But that comes at a price – they could run your Mac low on memory.
What’s the difference between an app and kernel memory leak? How would you notice one, and how to investigate it, and (sometimes) work around the problem.
The combination of a new kernel built just 10 days earlier with a set of new graphics drivers sufficed to bring many Macs to their knees.
Catalina 10.15.6 update included a bonus: a large memory leak which led to kernel panics. This is the story of its patching.
There have been recent reports that the macOS Catalina 10.15.6 update can result in kernel panics. This appears […]