Because of improvements in macOS security, the Security & Privacy Preferences may open during the installation process. If it does, click "Allow" in order for the NVIDIA Graphics Driver to load, then return to the Installer and click "Restart".
The "Additional Information" tab on the download page has a step-by-step install guide.
If you can't select the page's 'Accept' terms/conditions button, here's a direct download link.
(As of post time, CUDA 387.178 was still current.)
About Security Update 2018-001 (10.13.4) (new build is 17E202) Article revised May 2nd to note it includes the Safari update below.
Article revised May 8th to add entry for Kernel (CVE-2018-8897).
(For users of Nvidia web graphics driver, this breaks the driver for 17E199.
See above for build 17E202 graphics driver update.)
iOS 11.3.1 release notes
"Improves the security of iPhone or iPad and addresses an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone 8 devices because they were serviced with non-genuine replacement displays.
Note: Non-genuine replacement displays may have compromised visual quality and may fail to work correctly..."
A reader sent a note about problems installing Security Update 2018-001 for macOS 10.13.4:
"Security Update 2018-001 for macOS 10.13.4 installation
If any other readers have had issues installing the 2018-001 for 10.13.4 security update, I have a possible solution. Clear the NVRAM/PRAM with command-option-p-r at startup and then install the update.
This security update was being a massive pain installing on my late-2009 iMac with either the App Store or stand alone installer. The machine would crash while booting, doing a recovery install and switching to the stand alone installer didn't make a difference until the NVRAM/PRAM was cleared. After that, the stand alone installer worked flawlessly and the machine runs as well as it ever did.
All the best, Lars"
Added support for creating a snapshot on an APFS-formatted source at the beginning of the backup task. This snapshot is then mounted and used as the source for copying files. By using a read-only volume as the source, we avoid rare, but potential conflicts that can occur during the backup task if files are modified while being copied.
CCC's SafetyNet feature is now built on top of APFS snapshots when the destination is an APFS volume and snapshot support is enabled for that volume.
CCC will create a snapshot on APFS destination volumes at the end of a backup task to establish a point-in-time restore point.
CCC offers a highly-tunable snapshot retention policy that allows you to define how long snapshots will be retained (hourly, daily, weekly), and also allows you to define a minimum amount of free space to retain on the volume.
CCC's Disk Center offers detailed insight into the snapshots that CCC and Time Machine have created on your APFS volumes. Quickly see how much space those snapshots are consuming, and delete one or many snapshots with the press of a button.
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New WebKit Features in Safari 11.1
Op-Ed - What I Want in the Next Version of macOS
Freeware VM VirtualBox 5.2.10
Chrome 66.0.3359.117 Stable Channel Update
April 2018 Oracle Critical Patch Update Advisory (includes Java)
Thunderbolt 3 to eSATA Adapter + USB 3.1 (10Gbps) Port
Apple Support/Troubleshooting/How-To Article Updates:
- How to use an external graphics processor with your Mac
- What to do before selling or giving away your Mac
- About iPhone Battery and Performance
- How to Use Messages on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch
- Use Siri on your Apple TV 4K or Apple TV 4th generation
- If your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch won't turn on or is frozen
- How to add an email account to your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch