How to Install nano Text Editor on Mac Again

If you have attempted to use nano at the command line on MacOS recently, you may have noticed that the pico text editor is launched instead, via a symlink for /usr/bin/nano to pico. This is because the latest versions of MacOS remove the nano text editor from the command line…

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You can now easily bypass Windows 11 system requirements

Microsoft’s Windows 11 announcement caused plenty of confusion and criticism due to its strict hardware requirements. Windows 11 officially requires 8th-gen or newer Intel processors, 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage device, TPM 2.0 UEFI and Secure Boot feature enabled. While TPM 2.0 is not a major problem for most…

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How to Make a MacOS Monterey Boot Installer Drive

Some Mac users use bootable install USB drives for updating or installing MacOS Monterey onto a computer. If you’re wondering how to make a bootable macOS Monterey installer drive, we’ll walk through the process. This is generally for more advanced users, typically who wish to use a bootable installer drive…

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