Sometimes macOS decides you want to open documents using the wrong version of the right app. Here’s how to fix that.
In amongst the hundreds of thousands of files which together make macOS Mojave work, there are security and […]
If anyone recommends that you change the Advanced Options for a user, please read this first. It could save you a lot of pain and grief.
Maintaining a menu gathered across all the open documents could be tricky. Here’s a simple solution using UserDefaults and NotificationCenter.
Where to find hidden global default settings, and how to change them without paying for a utility like MacPilot.
List of current version numbers for security data files and other systems which Apple may push silent updates for. Includes new EFI firmware checker.
Got a setting that you just can’t get to stick properly? Here’s a listing of preference files for Sierra, and pointers to all sorts of other settings too.
How much more difficult is it to write your own code to handle user preferences, rather than letting UserDefaults handle them?
Developers should consider letting users export and import suites of settings, to determine an app’s persona, or flavours of working environment.
Want to perform a quick scan for base stations, change Airport preferences, or check your Airport interface? Here’s the tool to do it.