It’s so easy to navigate away from a page, click submit too early, or suffer from a Web site error—and lose everything you typed.
You may need to tweak some settings to keep sharing volumes after upgrading to High Sierra or later.
To tell different volumes and drives apart, you can paste in custom icons.
You may be stymied by trying to update with an installer past your machine’s capabilities.
The updated macOS finally allows you to use a drive formatted with Apple’s not-very-new APFS filesystem as a Time Machine destination.
You may have signed in at different times to different apps and want to use just one account.
Apple doesn’t make it obvious, but your full account name in macOS can be changed at will.
You can check to see which updates have correctly installed for macOS.
A minor changes seems to be perplexing those who are used to exporting pages from a PDF that has some protections on it.
It’s a quality product in general, but not the right choice for computers or home network gear.
Apple shifted from its former shortcut in macOS to the new Control Center.
Apple supports macOS migrations back several releases, but you can wind up with too big a gap.
If you are running macOS Mojave because you have 32-bit applications you need to use, there are a few options you can use to upgrade to Big Sur.
This UPS doesn’t fare well in a head-to-head match-up with similarly priced units from competitors.
This problem appears to be one of the past, but readers keep encountering it.