Why you should not install a public beta of an operating system on your productive computer
With macOS Sonoma, the next update of the operating system is in the starting blocks. The release is announced for this fall.
The anticipation of the latest features and improvements is certainly often irresistible. Therefore, it is very tempting to already install the public beta version of the operating system to test the new features ahead of time. However, there are 5 important reasons why you should avoid doing this on your productively used computer.Read more...
You have already read or heard about the OS Linux and the micro-computer Raspberry Pi, respectively used one or the other already? You are not desperately looking for the back button of your browser? Then you will find an idea in the following, not a technical manual, which can improve the safety and efficiency of your working environment using the Raspberry Pi.Read more...
Apple user love the macOS Dock for quick accessing the most frequently used applications. It is nice, neat and customizable. But we all probably have been storing so much applications here, that at first sight we might get a little bit lost again.
Any chance to fine-tune the dock, so that it gets more comfortable even with a large collection of app icons?
Yes! Most of us are not aware, Apple already delivers some sort of hidden "onboard resources".
Yesterday Apple released the new operating system macOS Catalina for productive use.
As developers, we had the opportunity to optimize our project management software for the new operating system in advance. Starting with Merlin Project 5.1.13 we support the new operating system macOS 10.15 Catalina.
The best thing about Macs is that things work simply, nicely and silently. You do not really need to know much about macOS operating systems, computer architectures, file systems, application interfaces or protocols. You just use your applications and be creative. This applies to Merlin Project, Merlin Project Express and Merlin Server as well.
You can let Merlin Project for example publish project structures to the Calendar and have them synced among various devices. You see it accessing Contacts for the resources. You can get it to mail reports to project stakeholders, share your project to a Merlin Server, and sync edits of other users into one file seamlessly. It all simply works like a charm!
Occasionally though, a bit of technical understanding comes handy to you.Read more...