Big Sur updates have far exceeded those of Mojave or Catalina, and are set to total well over 40 GB. Prospects for security updates are no better, with a high carbon footprint.
Overnight, Apple has pushed an update to the data files used by XProtect, bringing its version number to […]
Snapshots are designed to make it easy to roll back to a previous state. Why then can’t you use a snapshot to roll back to an earlier version of Big Sur?
What would happen to a Mac’s firmware if you installed Monterey beta to its internal or external disk? Could that be reversed?
Forty supported apps and 6 command tools, all free, explained and linked in this new menu. And info on macOS 12 compatibility of key apps.
Whether it’s a beta of macOS 12, 11.5, or even a release upgrade, installing it is a risk. Here’s how to mitigate disaster by rolling back to a previous release.
Apple has today posted standalone updaters for its Security Updates released for Catalina and Mojave over a week […]
Apple should announce macOS 12 next week, but which Mac models will support it? Look in the firmware, not the tea-leaves for this speculative list.
Overnight, Apple has pushed two updates, to the data files used by XProtect, bringing its version number to […]
macOS 11.4 has finally fixed all the problems with installing current and older macOS on external disks, and booting an M1 Mac from them.