If you want to be able to run versions of Big Sur on your M1 Mac after upgrading to Monterey, now’s the time to start preparing.
The M1’s honeymoon is over. Speed is great, but users are asking what else the M1 offers. Catalyst and the M1 iPad Pro could prove crucial to the answers.
Do you have VMs or other large files, and use Time Machine for backups? Here’s how to make those backups quicker and more compact.
One solution to running 32-bit apps in Catalina is a VM. Here I assess the performance of Parallels Desktop 15. Is it up to the job?
Coming in just a few weeks now, if you’re going to upgrade early to Catalina, now’s the time to start preparing with these tips.
Are you an early adopter, or a cautious delayer? Here’s some advice about the forthcoming upgrade to Catalina to help you decide.
When you can’t install what the App Store offers: solutions for downloading and installing older versions of macOS for use with Catalina.
The Catalina upgrade promises to be the most complex for years, catering for loss of 32-bit support and its read-only file system. How are you planning to upgrade?
How can I allow other users of my Mac to run Windows under Parallels?
How can we continue running a PowerPC-only legacy app?