A deep dive into the log to examine what happens when waking from system sleep. And where you can read a cache of old internet connections…
A command line tool with extensive abilities. It is not actually that hard to use.
FileVault is most secure and robust when you shut your Mac down. But there are many times when you want full protection when only sleeping.
Despite being set to stay awake, the other morning my iMac had decided to go to sleep. Why? Is there a ghost in the machine?
With only one bug definitely fixed in 10.11.6, out of those recorded for 10.11.5, this update looks rushed. But the jury’s still out regarding freezing.
Was that crash a freeze, a panic, or just a spinning beachball? And what do they mean?
Do your settings in the Energy Saver pane differ from what actually happens? Learn how to use pmset to understand why, and diagnose old battery problems.
After a ‘Sleep Wake Failure’ and a bizarre ‘GPU Reset’, I’m not convinced that 10.11.4 is doing this iMac much good.
What do you do when your Mac seems to have restarted quietly when it should have been asleep?
On some iMacs at least, the settings in Energy Saver are partly ignored. This must be a bug.