I love it when a hack enables me to rid my system of an annoyance. In this case, a macOS issue that results in the Dock occasionally failing to auto-hide when selecting a full-screen application.
“How long has it been able to do that?” Today I learned that Moom has a hidden switch that rids it of a persistent annoyance. How did I not know about this?
With a sliver of macOS system hacking, it’s possible to make your must have applications almost indestructible. Following a crash, macOS can restart your critical software without delay… and that can be invaluable.
In which I use the BitBar application to render an at-a-glance network security status indicator in my macOS menu bar.
The fruit company introduces a revised — and heavily priced — MacBook range. She makes no mention of upgrades to her desktop line, leaving the developer community frustrated… and vocal. Some users talk of abandoning the platform. Others question whether or not Apple has lost the plot. There’s a palpable sense of discontent. Did Apple take a wrong turn?
We take a look at some basic security tools you can install on your Mac. Better safe than sorry.
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