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8 December 2020

macOS 11 Big Sur - Everything you need to know!

The Mac operating system macOS 11 Big Sur was presented by Apple at WWDC20 in June 2020. The release took place in November 2020 with the first MacBooks to feature an "Apple Silicon" SoC that […]
21 September 2020

What is the latest system running on my Mac?

If you want to reset a Mac, prepare it for sale or simply install a new operating system, then the corresponding compatibility must be observed. In addition to the Mac OS, OS X or macOS with which the Apple computer [...]
2 September 2020

Should I upgrade my Mac to macOS 11.0 Big Sur?

As every autumn, a new Mac operating system is due in 2020 - this time macOS 11.0 Big Sur. The successor to macOS 10.15 Catalina ends the "Mac OS X" era and not only runs on 64-bit [...]
23 June 2020

Is your Mac compatible with macOS 11.0 Big Sur?

The Apple Mac will get a completely overhauled operating system in autumn 2020 with macOS 11.0 Big Sur. Among other things, this is already designed for the upcoming Apple computers with their own "Apple Silicon" SoC, with which the manufacturer [...]
3 January 2020

Delete APFS volume - you have to pay attention to this!

An APFS volume can be a useful alternative to a partition in macOS versions that run under Apple's own file system. Because where a partition occupies a fixed storage space, an APFS volume is flexible and only gets [...]
5 March 2019

Fully automatic: Sign in to the Mac with the Apple Watch

Since I've had the Apple Watch, I've been using the option to automatically log into my Mac with it. After I recently had to make a change to my Apple ID, the option was [...]
2 August 2018

Reader's question: Can you use Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad at the same time?

Can you use Magic Mouse and Magic Trackpad at the same time on the Apple Mac? - I was asked this question by a reader. The simple answer is: Yes, both input devices can be connected to the [...]
26 June 2018

Clear Safari Cache under macOS - here's how!

The cache memory in the Safari browser under macOS is used to speed up processes, to save scripts and files and to store other data temporarily. For example, images or other special elements are stored in the cache so that they are