The second part of our conversation with Joe Kissell About Take control of Big Sur focuses on getting the most out of the new version of macOS, from the more iOS-influenced look to the features you won’t get access to until you buy an Apple Silicon-based computer. Joe discusses some of the updated productivity features, why you do not need to upgrade to Big Sur to enjoy the latest privacy protection in Safari, and why he is excited about the return of the boot signal.
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Joe Kissell is the publisher of Take control eBooks, as well as the author of over 60 books on a wide range of technical topics. Stay up to date with him if you can on his personal page, JoeKissell.com, and on Twitter.
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