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Last Week on My Mac: We need to document macOS

I spend an inordinate amount of time searching for information about macOS. Whether I am researching the answers for my section in MacFormat magazine, or trying to solve my own problems here, I am also daily reminded of Apple’s wholesale failure to provide consistent and complete documentation of its flagship product. 601 more words


Sierra isn't finished yet: APFS support is undone in 10.12.6

As promised, Sierra 10.12.6 addresses the previous problems with Apple’s new file system, APFS, by making it normalising, thus compatible with HFS+ file and folder naming. 874 more words


Last Week on My Mac: Withering automation

Last November, there was a period of panic among those who script macOS, when Sal Soghoian left Apple, where he had led its Automation Technologies. … 608 more words


High Sierra

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High Sierra

APFS: iOS 11 and High Sierra will fix normalisation problems

Apple has now finally committed to addressing normalisation problems which have been plaguing some users of iOS 10.3 and those trying early releases of APFS in macOS. 751 more words


The second beta versions of iOS 11 and MacOS 10.13 are now available for download

Apple has released the second beta versions of iOS 11 and MacOS 10.13, also known as High Sierra, and is available for download to all who want without having a developer account. 217 more words


how to create a bootable macOS installer

If you are preparing to install macOS on multiple computers, one of the things that can make your life simpler (and the waiting shorter) is a bootable USB installer. 382 more words