Apple will remove this for you if you have enabled keep system files updated.
sudo softwareupdate --background-critical
To check your MRT Configuration Data updates, you can do ...
It's noteworthy that ZoomOpener.app runs a webserver on port 19421 that persists even after you uninstall the zoom.us app for OSX. You can verify whether the webserver is running on your machine by running this command:
lsof -i :19421
A security vulnerability with the webserver was recently discovered, patched, opened again via regression, and patched ...
An Automator app doesn't usually stay open after its run if all it's doing is opening a few apps. That said, since you want to open and close the same apps with a single app that stays open and then closes the target apps when you quit the app that opened them, I would choose to do this with a stay open AppleScript application.
The following example ...
Two things to research when you purchase apps.
Are you licensed to run two copies on two different Macs a the same time. Generally OK for home use and not for business use. App Store licensing means if you get the App from Apple's store, you know the terms clearly. If not - you'll need to know how the vendor work it.
Just save the working files to a server ...
I doubt such an app exists even for iOS, leave aside watchOS, for watching Finder file operation progress. This is a very specific use case and I am not certain if there are any official APIs that lets you obtain this data in a watchOS or iOS app.
A simple solution that I can think of is to install a VNC viewer app on your iPhone (many available on the App ...
This is the copy-and-pasteable "one liner" that I used to remove ZoomOpener, which was still running even after uninstalling Zoom:
pkill ZoomOpener; \
osascript -e 'tell application "System Events" to delete login item "ZoomOpener"'; \
rm -r ~/.zoomus
If you need to keep Zoom installed, then touch ~/.zoomus to prevent ZoomOpener from being reinstalled.
An easy way to check this is to install Xcode for free from the App Store and look at each simulator for each device you care to catalog.
I suppose someone could make a reference table or Wikipedia article to document this over time, but I’m not convinced this would be useful for things other than a trivia question.
Yes, I'm pretty sure you can stop apps from opening on startup even though it ignores Login Items. It is most likely in LaunchDaemons.
There are two locations for these, one is for Apple daemons only:
The other is to include 3rd party processes:
You may also need to remove from:
Strongly recommend not to install such apps via any such (untrusted) medium
There's a likelihood that you may be exposing yourself to innumerable risks. These apps are distributed by gaming the Apple Developer Enterprise license.
They are distributed without going through the standard Apple's App Store Review Process. So it's likely that may be breaking ...
Once relevant developer news worth checking is this:
Submit Your Apps to the App Store
Starting March 2019, all new apps and app updates for iPhone, including universal apps, will need to be built with the iOS 12 SDK and support iPhone XS Max.
So yes, you'll be required to add support for iPhone X/XS/XS Max when releasing an update for your app.
You can try to download bittorrent version of Xcode but there's always a risk of downloading files from unknown source and you may not be able to find the latest version, as I could only find Xcode 9.
Side note: In the past, I would've recommended a tool called ADCDownload, which allows you to resume downloads from Apple Developer website. But it hasn't ...
Click your username in corner
Notice your user account name in the lower left corner. Click that to change the listing to your purchased items.
From there, click the cloud-with-down-arrow icon to install an owned app to your Mac.
I think those application are auto downloading any update or one of the downloading process has disturbed previously. Because of that the downloaded status is displayed as a % of the total download with that clock mark. You can see it with your self by simply adding a new download intentionally.
It might not be available at the moment in either your Store or anywhere at all.
You had downloaded it in the past, so it has the cloud and arrow but due to some reasons, the app is not on the App Store, thus the greyed out icon.
An easy way to do this is with
which can run commands to open apps together or quit a group
of apps when a particular app quits.
All you'd need to do is specify the app that you want to monitor when it quits, and then tell it to quit the other apps as well.
That arrow just means that you have downloaded that app before and it is linked to your purchase history.
But you may have also found apps that have a cloud icon in place of the price, and you might be wondering why. This indicates that the app has already been purchased with your Apple ID (This includes free apps. Even free apps are “purchased”, they ...
Screen Time settings were preventing the app from being uninstalled from my iPhone. The setting can be found by going to Settings app → Screen Time → Content & Privacy Restrictions → iTunes & App Store Purchases → Deleting Apps. The setting was set to Don't Allow.
As soon as the setting was changed to Allow (default value), I was able to uninstall ...