The OS X update has just installed, and seems to have broken your Mac. What do you do next?
The recent security update could be preparing OS X for the addition of new MacBook Pro models on 7 September. Includes full details of that update.
Recovery mode includes four basic tools, and gives you access to much more in Terminal’s command shell.
Did any of the predictions I made on New Year’s Day work out? Some proved to be spookily accurate after all.
What has changed in 10.11.6? What is still broken? Should we expect 10.11.7 before Sierra is released?
Roundup of recent Mac news, looking particularly at two new varieties of malware, and how widespread and threatening they are.
Your disk’s journal aims to prevent disk errors which can occur after a crash. Here’s how to use it to protect your Mac’s data.
Simply the best development environment, which now has superb support for AppleScript Objective-C. At half the price too.
New Wide Colour gamuts should make all colour rendering more faithful. Benefits are greatest to those for whom faithful colour is most important.
The good news: Gatekeeper should be more protective. The bad news: old installers may well be unusable. Bah!