You’re running High Sierra, but SystHist reckons you installed Mojave, and have recently applied High Sierra security updates. Isn’t it wrong?
Don’t the update buttons work in LockRattler? It’s probably because something is blocking outgoing traffic.
Now recognises 10.14.1 update fully, and is notarized for your added security. Recommended for all users.
There’s a very long list of macOS features which are now updated automatically. Advice on how you should configure the Software Update pane and more. Look out for macOS 10.14.1 soon.
Apple can no longer be bothered to maintain its list of supported printers and scanners. You just have to try them out and see whether they work.
Some Macs start running the Mojave upgrade like it’s molasses or treacle: starting an app takes a minute or more, and other function grind to a halt. Here’s why, and what you should do.
In this version, the feature to install named security updates finally works, the Help book is updated, and it now works properly in Dark Mode. Recommended for all.
Use the Refresh button to check the version numbers when you have installed a security update.
New built-in browser window to check current versions, installation of individual packages, and no spinning beachballs.
Shouldn’t show the spinning beachball much, and has new feature to download and install just a single, named update package.