Tag Archives: High Sierra
A Year in Review: The 10...
If tag clouds were still a thing, the 2018 tech edition would be dominated by Apple-related topics. The iPhone and new Macs, as well as their OS counterparts, iOS...

Tech Tip: ‘An Error Occurred While...
Having worked in Technical Support here at OWC for some time now, I have helped customers handle many different types of errors and problems that they have come across. Some such...

A Complete List of Mojave Compatible...
Apple announced macOS 10.14 Mojave, the anticipated follow-up to High Sierra, at today’s WWDC 2018 keynote. And while iOS 12 didn’t drop compatibility from the list of devices that...

How to Create Encrypted Disk Images...
The Mac’s Disk Utility app supports a number of capabilities that make managing the Mac’s storage system easier. But one set of features seems to get overlooked a bit:...


Apple Updates Mac App Developers on...
Apple sent developers a reminder on Wednesday that Mac apps need to support 64-bit by June 4. The company sent the following message outlining the details.  “With the recent...

The Fastest Way Yet to Stop...
If you’re still running macOS Sierra, you’re probably aware that Apple really wants you to make the climb to macOS 10.13 High Sierra. Every so often, you surely receive...

Report: macOS May Lose Data on...
In a recent article on the company’s blog, Mike Bombich of Carbon Copy Cloner shared an APFS bug that can cause the loss of data when writing to images....


The beautiful default wallpaper of High Sierra Year in Review: The 10 Most...
The year 2017 was a big one for tech enthusiasts. New gear and software news – both good and not-so-good – dominated the headlines. So which news articles and...

Keeping Your Mac Secure, Part 1:...
Join Erica from OWC as she discusses how to keep your Mac more secure with user account types and settings in Part 1 of our new series. For more...

Mac 101: Customizing Finder Views, Part...
The Finder is the operating system’s default file manager for viewing and working with the Mac’s filing system. It allows us to easily see and work with the hierarchical...

Using APFS On HDDs … And...
After 16 months of using and testing APFS—Apple’s new file system—I’ve come to the conclusion that you probably don’t want to use it on HDDs (disks with rotating platters)....