RequirementsMac OS X 10.12 or later
Date addedJun 26, 2018
TinkerTool System for Mac is an assortment of system utility attributes helping you in executing complex administration tasks on Apple Macintosh computers. The program uses a self-adapting user interface that automatically adjusts to the computer version and into the edition of macOS you're in charge of. All options offered from the present situation are available via "panes", quite much like the methods you already know from the System Preferences program. The attributes are controlled via one window which permits you to utilize the program as an overall toolbox and First Assist helper. Including:
- Built-in care attributes of macOS, generally are not observable on the graphic user interface,
- lengthy file operations, not accessible from the macOS Finder,
- the option to get advanced system configurations that aren't observable in System Preferences,
- real and special attributes of TinkerTool System, built to solve typical real-world issues of administrators and also to resolve the effects of particular flaws ("bugs") from the operating system,
- a crisis application to troubleshoot and fix macOS in most scenarios where the graphical user interface is no more beginning correctly or the consumer accounts of the system administrator was damaged,
- features to safeguard your privacy,
- works to accumulate complex info concerning the hardware, operating system, and software.
Added new feature to perform security checks on all executable bundles, not only on applications and software disk images
Added new security analysis indicator that confirms whether executable software has a trusted code signature, in addition to the existing indicator confirming that an application was not modified after the last time it was sealed
The updated security analysis also corrects possible misunderstandings of check results that arise from the handling of ad-hoc signatures and contradicting signatures within executable files containing code for multiple CPU architectures. (macOS third-party code signing vulnerability caused by poor Apple documentation, found by Josh Pitts, Okta, Inc.
The startup job database was updated for inconsistencies introduced by macOS 10.13.4 and later
The application was unlocked to launch compatible panes on beta versions of future operating systems