Can anyone confirm this...? Screenshot from System Information
A brand new file system isn't enough for you?Does macos Sierra have any under the hood improvements? It seems to be a little on the light side feature wise…
How does optimized storage work? How do iCloud-only files look like locally? Any selective sync/always keep local/always keep offline options? Very curious about it and would love to see screenshots of all the menus and options.
You literally have to turn it on when you install the OS.I sincerely hope there is an option to turn this off. I would NOT want my old files deleted just because I hadn't used them for awhile, or because I need to have older OS-X installers.
I’m surprised that people are still willing to take this risk. I don’t even notice that Gatekeeper is on and virtually every serious developer signs their applications. Only old and some open-source software is not, but then you can still override that. Turning it off completely was never even necessary.
But what's the point of having GateKeeper on, when you'll click "Open Anyway" anyway? The whole point is for it to say "hey, this is suspicious, because it's not signed, you shouldn't open it because it's likely a virus or something bad". Except there are tons of apps that are totally fine but aren't signed, so just like with Windows, these warnings become meaningless and you get into the habit of just ignoring it because it's always a false positive. One day you get a malicious file, you'll click "Open Anyway" because that's what you always click.
Just a few apps I use that I believe aren't signed:
- MPEG Streamclip
When I want to run an app, it's because I actually decided that I need it. If GateKeeper says I shouldn't use it, but the app isn't malicious, then GateKeeper is useless.
Lots of "lay"-people run software at will. However I am still sure you can switch to anywhere from the command line as before usingWhen I want to run an app, it's because I actually decided that I need it. If GateKeeper says I shouldn't use it, but the app isn't malicious, then GateKeeper is useless.
sudo spctl --master-disable