There’s no getting around it: the Mac App Store is slow. If you try to avoid opening it whenever possible, you’re probably pretty annoyed when you see the update notification in the menu bar. You’ve got to open the App Store, click the “Updates” button, and wait while the application is “Checking for Updates.”
When you turn your Mac on, do you notice the blurred image behind the login screen? By default it’s a blurred version of Sierra’s iconic wallpaper, or a blurred version of your current wallpaper.
The new MacBook, first released in 2015, makes a chime sound every time you plug the MacBook in, just like the iPhone and iPad. But the MacBook Pro and Air don’t–unless you enable this hidden feature.
How to disable Auto Login on macOS to comply with organisation security policies.
A simple script which will remove all proxy settings on a macOS device for Wi-Fi.
Assign two NTP Servers (Internal & External use) for company devices to ensure the time stays in sync with Authentication servers.
A simple command which will copy files and folders from one location to another while showing a progress of where its currently up to.