Each additional Safari window increases WindowServer’s memory use by 1.7 MB on an Intel Mac, but 50 MB on an M1 Mac – thirty times more.
Apple’s Private Relay service isn’t a full VPN, but is designed to ensure that no one knows both your IP address and the sites you connect to. Is it a good choice?
If you’re still running Big Sur or Catalina and have been puzzled as to why their recent security […]
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 to do when your browser complains that a website you want to visit has a problem with its certificate security.
When Apple is like a community making a patchwork quilt: hope that everyone knows they’re crocheting 4-inch squares, and no one takes a sudden fancy to circles or triangles.
So you want to try a 3rd party password manager, but use Safari as your browser. How do you import its stash of passwords, or keep an independent record of them?
They contain recently browsed web pages, ARM code translated from Intel executables, security data, font information, and much more. And they can cause problems.
Now checks which versions of TLS a server supports, and gives details of its full headers with caching disabled.
A convenient utility to check secure connections under ATS using the nscurl command tool. For El Capitan to Monterey.