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- 150 ArticlesHow to Install the New macOS High Sierra Beta
I’ve always enjoyed working with the latest releases of the Mac OS. Although Apple tends not to release new major versions of the Mac OS until the fall of each year, that doesn’t mean we have to wait till... First Impressions of macOS 10.13 ‘High Sierra’
The weeks following the Apple World Wide Developer Conference are always fun for tech bloggers and readers alike, as the first hands-on reports of how new devices and operating systems are working provide a tantalizing glimpse into the near... WWDC Preview: How to Get Ready for macOS Beta
Every summer, Apple announces a new version of the Mac OS (now called macOS) at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC). Along with highlighting what’s new and improved in the operating system, Apple provides its developers with a beta version... Mastering macOS Server, Part 5: Mail and Calendar Services
This is the fifth in the ongoing Rocket Yard series describing how to use Apple’s macOS Server to provide services to users both inside a local network and over the Internet. Previous articles include: Part 1: Background and Setup Part... Mastering macOS Server, Part 4: Setting up File Sharing and Wikis
This is the fourth in an ongoing series on The Rocket Yard describing how to use Apple’s macOS Server to provide services to users both inside and outside of a local network. Previous articles include: Part 1: Background and... Understanding macOS Server, Part 3: Router Configuration and Open Directory
After a brief hiatus, we’re back with the next part of the Rocket Yard’s server series. In Part 1, we introduce readers to what a server is, what kind of Mac is best suited as a server, how to... Tech 101: Changing or Resetting a macOS Sierra Password
As part of the built-in security of macOS Sierra, users are required to enter a password when logging onto a Mac. Security experts suggest that passwords be changed on a regular basis to make it harder for those passwords... Everything You Need to Know About Keychain in macOS Sierra
Keychain is a password management system for macOS and iOS that was originally released with Mac OS 8.6 back in 1999 as a way of holding passwords, private keys, certificates and secure notes in encrypted files on the machine.... Quick Tip: How to Order Prints Directly from Photos in macOS
If you’re a Mac user, there’s a good chance that you know all about the Photos app in macOS Sierra. And if not, you can get up to speed with this Rocket Yard article from December. But even if you... Understanding macOS Server Part 2: Serving a Small Business
This is the second in a series of Rocket Yard articles in which we take you through the setup of macOS Server. macOS Server is an app that runs on macOS Sierra, providing services such as mail, web hosting,... Understanding macOS Server Part 1: Background and Setup
Find Part 2 here: Understanding macOS Server Part 2: Serving a Small Business Have you ever wished that you could run your own Apple Mail server or host a website from your own Mac? How about hosting your own calendar... macOS in Review: A Look at the First Four Months of Sierra
The macOS Sierra release on September 20th, 2016 marked a few milestones. It’s the 13th release of the Mac OS, the fourth release of the Mac operating system based on place names (the previous naming convention involved cats), and...
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