Tag: mac

  • Using the “find” command with real world examples

    When you’re on a mac/bsd/*nix system you will likely have access to the “find” command which is extremely useful in helping you to “find” a file. This can be particularly handy in situations where you aren’t familiar with the layout of directories on a system and need to find a config file or whatever. This […]

  • How long should you wait before updating your operating system?

    You should wait until three months until after the first major update. That is my simple policy for new operating systems. Here is my detailed reasoning: HARDWARE – When a new operating system drops (macOS 10.12 Sierra, Windows 10) it will likely break support for a lot of your internal hardware as well as external […]

  • How to make a bootable operating system image on USB

    If you have an operating system in the form of an .ISO file you may now want to burn it to a USB to run it as a live operating system or even to install it on a computer. This is very easily accomplished today with UNetbootin   Just download and install it (Mac, Windows, […]