macOS

Apple releases macOS Ventura 13.1 beta four (appleinsider.com)

Today's release of macOS Ventura 13.1 Beta 4 and iOS and iPadOS 16.2 Beta 4 include optimizations that let Stable Diffusion run with improved efficiency on the Apple Neural Engine as well as on Apple Silicon GPU — Atila @NeurIPS (@atiorh) December 1, 2022 He says the latest betas include optimizations that let Stable Diffusion run with improved efficiency on the Apple Neural Engine and the Apple Silicon GPU. Read article

An A to Z of keys and keyboards: (macOS) Startup and login (eclecticlight.co)

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How to use Alpine VMs on MacOS A lightweight Alpine Linux VM can be a powerful tool for developing and testing software on a MacOS computer. However, despite being easy to set up, managing lightweight Alpine VMs can be challenging. In this article, we will show you how to use Alpine VMs on MacOS with Seamless port forwarding, automatic file sharing, and bridged networking. (github.io)

Create and manage lightweight Alpine VMs on MacOS with: The goal of this project is to enable MacOS users to: • Use tiny VMs to take advantage of containerisation technologies, including LXD and Docker. Read article

LXD: A Next Generation System Container Manager (github.io)

LXD is a next generation system container manager with support for a wide number of Linux distributions. Read article

How to Choose the Right Terminal Emulator for Your Unix System (ycombinator.com)

I don't need tabs, or sessions, or startup scripts or even mouse support. Read article

Black Friday Deals (macOS apps, SaaS, Books, Courses, etc.) (github.com)

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How to run MacOS on an unmodified Wii (hackaday.com)

The installation sequence has more than its share of difficulties, but eventually he was able to get the Wii running MacOS 9, the last classic MacOS. Read article

Microsoft's Windows Subsystem for Linux just hit a major milestone (zdnet.com)

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Inside Star Citizen: Galaxy Class | Fall 2022 (youtube.com)

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Shenzhen Xunlong Software Announces Release of Orange Pi OS Based on Android (cnx-software.com)

The manufacturer of Orange Pi boards, Shenzhen Xunlong Software, has formally announced the release of Orange Pi OS based on Android with a Windows 11-styled desktop that we are told can also be switched to macOS look and feel, and offering features typically found in desktop operating systems such as multi-window support. Read article

Shenzhen Xunlong Releases Orange Pi OS Based on Android (cnx-software.com)

The manufacturer of Orange Pi boards, Shenzhen Xunlong Software, has formally announced the release of Orange Pi OS based on Android with a Windows 11-styled desktop that we are told can also be switched to macOS look and feel, and offering features typically found in desktop operating systems such as multi-window support. Read article

Show HN: A native macOS client for Apache Kafka (defn.io)

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VMware Launches Fusion 13, the Latest Major Update to the Fusion Virtualization Software (macrumors.com)

Fusion 13 Pro and Fusion 13 Player are compatible with both Intel Macs and Apple silicon Macs equipped with M-series chips, offering native support. Read article

Show HN: SingleFile is finally available on Safari (macOS/iOS) (apple.com)

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KDE beats macOS hands down (reddit.com)

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How to use Continuity Camera on your Mac (macrumors.com)

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Show HN: ShowMeYourHotKeysA macOS app to show applications menu shortcuts (moxadventu.com)

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You Can Now Use Google's VPN on Your PC (howtogeek.com)

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You Can Now Use Google's VPN on Your PC (howtogeek.com)

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macOS 13.0.1 released (9to5mac.com)

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LineageOS Pixel 3 or later series recommended (ycombinator.com)

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macOS Ventura 13.0.1 Released (macrumors.com)

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Use Smart Folders for These Important Files (lifehacker.com)

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Apple's macOS doesn't keep old versions of apps and files around (eclecticlight.co)

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macOS Sierra vs. macOS 10.12.5: What’s the difference? (eclecticlight.co)

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What's changed in macOS Ventura (9to5mac.com)

• Think/visualize iPhone/iPad settings before you open System Settings on Mac to help train your brain for what to expect when you open it 😅 • Using search in System Settings (top left) works well overall, so take advantage of it • This is particularly handy as some settings have been removed in the shift from System Preferences’ tiled UI to the new list UI • Use Siri on Mac or Spotlight search to pull up specific settings you’re looking for quickly • To see all of your settings alphabetically, open System Settings > click View in the menu bar • You can’t resize the width of System Settings, but you can increase the height of the window by dragging the top or bottom (or clicking the green + circled zoom button) Here are some tweaks I’d love to see for System Settings: • Customization • Either with the option of reordering, using recents/favorites, or hiding items (the latter was available for many years in macOS until Ventura) • UI choice • A simple option to select an icon/tile view – and Apple could still keep the iOS-inspired design • Multi-level view • An easy way to improve the current sidebar list view would be to take advantage of Mac’s display width with a multi-level view • Jason Snell created a great mockup of what that could look like For more really thoughtful ideas on overhauling System Settings, check out Jason’s full post. Read article

What’s Changed in macOS Ventura 1. System Preferences has been moved to System Settings. 2. This makes System Preferences more like the defaults for other Apple products, such as the Apple TV. 3. You can now access System Preferences from the menu bar at the top of the screen. 4. If System Preferences is open in a different window, the window will close when you change to System Settings. 5. If System Preferences is in the Dock, it will (9to5mac.com)

• Think/visualize iPhone/iPad settings before you open System Settings on Mac to help train your brain for what to expect when you open it 😅 • Using search in System Settings (top left) works well overall, so take advantage of it • This is particularly handy as some settings have been removed in the shift from System Preferences’ tiled UI to the new list UI • Use Siri on Mac or Spotlight search to pull up specific settings you’re looking for quickly • To see all of your settings alphabetically, open System Settings > click View in the menu bar • You can’t resize the width of System Settings, but you can increase the height of the window by dragging the top or bottom (or clicking the green + circled zoom button) Here are some tweaks I’d love to see for System Settings: • Customization • Either with the option of reordering, using recents/favorites, or hiding items (the latter was available for many years in macOS until Ventura) • UI choice • A simple option to select an icon/tile view – and Apple could still keep the iOS-inspired design • Multi-level view • An easy way to improve the current sidebar list view would be to take advantage of Mac’s display width with a multi-level view • Jason Snell created a great mockup of what that could look like For more really thoughtful ideas on overhauling System Settings, check out Jason’s full post. Read article

MacSystemSettings – Your One Stop shop for All Your System Preferences (protocol.com)

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Mac System Preferences overhauled to System Settings (9to5mac.com)

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How to Use Rewind to Capture Your Apps Quick and Easy (rewind.ai)

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