For the moment, firmware versions for updated Macs are different between those running Catalina, and those running Mojave earlier. How could this affect Sierra, though?
Should you enable TRIM, and what is it? Do you need to turn wear levelling on, and what about fragmentation on SSDs? Some mysteries explained.
What’s the quickest way to tear down all user apps and services? Or to force a restart? The answer is in the command tool launchctl.
Security Updates for both 10.13. and 10.12 have been replaced with new builds. The original 10.13 High Sierra 2019-002 build # was 17G6029, now it’s 17G6030
APFS is a new file system that has been introduced by Apple. If you are a new Mac owner, you will notice that your file system is no longer HFS+ but APFS.
If you’re the system administrator for your organization, you can choose from a variety of macOS installation methods.