Fixing “Install MacOS Application is Damaged, Can’t be Used to Install MacOS”

Downloaded an image, want to install an older macOS and you get this message? “Install MacOS Application is Damaged, Can’t be Used to Install MacOS” The problem is most probably related to an old expired certificate. To install macOS without this problem you can try the following: Disconnect all Internet connection to your Mac. Disable …

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Install macOS on Older Unsupported Macs

With the free tool macOS Patcher from dosdude1.com its possible to install a version of macOS that your Mac officially doesn’t support. This is a video that shows you the installation process on a white MacBook from 2010. After install we test common use cases such as watching youtube, Netflix and surfing the internet. Lets …

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Time Machine Slow? Speed it up With This Terminal Hack!

speed up time machine backups

Time machine slow for you? Speed up the initial backup with the following command and run it in a terminal window. To open up terminal just search for it using spotlight and start it. The terminal window should look something like this: Speed up time machine backup terminal command: sudo sysctl debug.lowpri\_throttle_enabled=0 If the backup is currently …

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Ninite for Mac, Install Multiple Mac Apps at Once

When you have a new system to set up there are always some applications you want to get installed and set up. Maybe you use another web browser, need dropbox, OpenOffice, Skype or other applications. Windows users have a free service called ninite, but is it available for Mac users? Not exactly, but you have something …

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