Tag Archives: Terminal
Is macOS Mojave Making Some Fonts...
During the beta testing of macOS 10.14 Mojave, some testers noticed that under certain circumstances, text on the screen appeared blurry. The issue appears to be caused a change...

How to Create and Use a...
Once a popular option in the early days of the Mac, RAM disks, which were used to speed up the performance of a Mac, have fallen by the wayside....

We Explain What System Integrity Protection...
Originally introduced with OS X El Capitan, System Integrity Protection, usually referred to as SIP, is a security feature built into the Mac operating system that’s designed to protect...


Mac’s Hidden Daemons: Should You Be...
The Mac, and for that matter most computing platforms, are just chock full of daemons. Daemons, not to be confused with demons, are usually small programs that run in...

Disk Utility View Options: Solving the...
Disk Utility, the macOS Swiss Army knife for working with disks and storage volumes, may have a few blades missing, especially when it comes to working with unformatted drives...

Quick Tip: Displaying the macOS Expanded...
After all the many years that we’ve had personal computers available, printing documents is still one of the more frustrating parts of the computing experience. Rather than just being...


How to Test 64-Bit Only Mode...
Since the 2017 Apple World Wide Developers Conference, it’s been well-known that Apple will require all developers to submit only 64-bit apps to the Mac App Store. Starting on June...

macOS 101: AirDrop Tips for Mac...
AirDrop is a peer-to-peer file sharing system for local Mac and iOS users. It’s easy to set up with just a click or two; no special information or settings...

Tech 101: How to View ‘Hidden’...
When you look inside a folder on a Mac, you see a collection of files and folders that can be acted upon —  you can open files and folders, delete...

Tech 101: Spoofing a MAC Address...
In this article, we’ll show you how to spoof a MAC address on a macOS computer running High Sierra. This is a technique for changing the factory-assigned physical Media...