macbook pro – Where does the pmset CPU_Speed_Limit variable come from, and how to modify it

The man page of pmset states:

pmset must be run as root in order to modify any settings.

Yet I cannot find out how to alter the CPU_Speed_Limit variable. I’m not a registered Apple developer, but I have searched some of their archives with no success.

$ pmset -g therm
Note: No thermal warning level has been recorded
Note: No performance warning level has been recorded
2020-11-24 13:10:40 +0100 CPU Power notify
    CPU_Scheduler_Limit     = 100
    CPU_Available_CPUs  = 8
    CPU_Speed_Limit     = 35

BACKGROUND: The reason I wish to know the answer to my question is because my MacBook Pro (15-inch, Early 2011) High Sierra 10.13.6 is throttling my CPU unnecessarily as it’s running very cool (roughly 50˚C via smcFanControl). I am running my MBP on AC power and without a battery as I’m waiting for a replacement battery from a third-party. I’m not sure if my AC adapter is an original Apple power adapter, and I’m not sure if that is affecting the SMC. I’ve cleared NVRAM and done an SMC reset (without battery), but I still have the above issue.

macbook pro – WindowServer High CPU using external monitor – Big Sur

So, few bits of context

  • I’ve got a MacBook 12″ from 2017
  • It’s connected to an external monitor via USB-C to a Satechi V2 dongle and then HDMI to the monitor

I’m experiencing a few things:

  1. Stuttering when I move windows (like dropping frames)
  2. Videos stutter when my mouse pointer is in motion
  3. WindowServer in Activity Monitor shoots through the roof of CPU usage when I move my mouse a lot
  4. The above is accompanied by the beach ball

See screenshot
Activity monitor with high Window Server CPU usage

I’ve had a bit of a speedup by disabling “Displays have seperate spaces” in the System Preferences, but it’s still happening. It’s also slowing down game animations as when my mouse it moving, games won’t animate.

Any thoughts?

macbook pro – Connecting Thunderbolt 2 Mac to Thunderbolt 3 Display, what is the maximum resolution@100hz , will USB 3.0 work?

I own a MacBook Pro 15″ 2015 with a Thunderbolt 2 port.
I have recently bought a Samsung cj791 Thunderbolt 3 monitor
(3440 x 1440 @ 100Hz; 85W Power Delivery)

I plan on connecting the monitor to my Mac using: a) A Thunderbolt 3 male to Thunderbolt 2 female adapter and b) a regular Thunderbolt 2 cable

These are my questions:

  1. Will this work at all (I have read it didn’t before High Sierra)?
  2. Will I be able to go up to the full 100Hz this way at the full resolution? (Another post said TB 2 works with 4K @ 60HZ which is the same data rate – a little more even)
  3. I have read connecting 2.0 USB peripherals through the monitor is possible, does TB 2 also support USB 3.0 throughput?


App Mac – NetWorker Pro 7.0.6 macOS | Nulled Scripts Download

Language: Multilingual | File size: 5 MB

NetWorker shows network information conveniently in the menu bar.​

It also features a window that shows additional information about the currently active network adapter.
NetWorker features:

Fully customizable view – you can choose which information is shown and select many different, pre-defined widgets.

The currently active network adapter is detected automatically.

Optional overlay window that always stays on top – useful for fullscreen apps or games.

Adjustable refresh interval.

Check your external IP address.

Choose between a byte- or bit-mode.

Support for auto start.

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macOS 11.0 or later 64-bit




macbook pro – how to disable external monitors connected to mac book pro without physically disconnecting them

I have 3 external monitors connect to mac book pro .. how ever some time I just want only one monitor, Instead of disconnecting the other two I was looking for a way to disable them , and reenable them when ever I want them without disconnecting them.

macbook pro – Cannot enable FileVault (options greyed out) on macOS Catalina Clean install

I just did a clean install off off my MacBook Pro by dd’ing the hard drive, and then installing macOS Catalina from a bootable USB. I formatted the internal ssd using apple filesystem and installed successfully. Now, when trying to enable FileVault via System Preferences>Security & Privacy>FileVault>Turn on FileVault, I get a pop up with both the “Set up my iCloud account to reset my password” and “Create a recovery key and do not use my iCloud account” options greyed out. The “Back” and “Continue” buttons are also greyed out. The only button that is not greyed out is the “Cancel” button. So essentially, I can not enable FileVault via the system preferences pane. See screenshot below.

What in the world is happening, and how do I fix this so that I can enable fileVault via the system preferences pane again?

Cannot Enable FileVault from System Preferences macOS Catalina

App Mac – Algoriddim djay Pro AI v3.0.1 Multilingual (MacOSX) | NulledTeam UnderGround

Algoriddim djay Pro AI v3.0.1 Multilingual (MacOSX)

Algoriddim djay Pro AI v3.0.1 Multilingual (MacOSX) | 217 MB | Language: Multilanguage

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djay Pro’s all-new, modern interface is built around a sophisticated integration with your music library, giving you instant access to millions of tracks. Pristine sound quality and a powerful set of features including live production tools, four decks, high-definition waveforms, video mixing and hardware integration give you endless creative flexibility to reinvent your DJ sets.

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In-App Purchases: Full Version – included
Compatibility: OS X 10.14 or later 64-bit.



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App Mac – SiteSucker Pro 3.2.6 macOS | NulledTeam UnderGround

Language: Multilingual | File size: 5 MB

SiteSucker is an Macintosh application that automatically s Web sites from the Internet.​

It does this by asynchronously copying the site’s webpages, images, PDFs, style sheets, and other files to your local hard drive, duplicating the site’s directory structure..
SiteSucker Pro is an enhanced version of SiteSucker that can embedded videos, including embedded YouTube and Vimeo videos.

SiteSucker can be used to make local copies of Web sites. By default, SiteSucker “localizes” the files it s, allowing you to browse a site offline, but it can also sites without modification

macOS 10.14 or later 64-bit




WiFi Explorer Pro 3.0.1 macOS

“lightbox_close”: “Close”,
“lightbox_next”: “Next”,
“lightbox_previous”: “Previous”,
“lightbox_error”: “The requested content cannot be loaded. Please try again later.”,
“lightbox_start_slideshow”: “Start slideshow”,
“lightbox_stop_slideshow”: “Stop slideshow”,
“lightbox_full_screen”: “Full screen”,
“lightbox_thumbnails”: “Thumbnails”,
“lightbox_download”: “Download”,
“lightbox_share”: “Share”,
“lightbox_zoom”: “Zoom”,
“lightbox_new_window”: “New window”,
“lightbox_toggle_sidebar”: “Toggle sidebar”

File size: 13 MB

WiFi Explorer Pro takes the code base of WiFi Explorer, and adds a set of features that makes it the right tool for WLAN and IT professionals.​

macOS 10.13 or later 64-bit


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macbook pro – Apps installed from App Store do not work

I have a 15-inch MacBook Pro Mid 2010 running on a fresh install of the last supported macOS version (High Sierra 10.13.6). I know this is really old, but except for the battery (which I removed from the laptop) it is still a great machine. Everything works fine except apps installed from the App Store do not start (downloading and installing works fine). Immediately after double-clicking the app, I get the following error message:

The Unarchiver quit unexpectedly. Click Report to see more detailed information and send a report to Apple.

Again, this happens with all apps from the App Store (not just “The Unarchiver”).

Strangely enough, apps installed not from the App Store work just fine. I tried installing Microsoft Teams, Discord, and Minecraft, and all apps are starting and working normally.

I digged around a bit and found out that maybe this problem is related to app signatures not working for the App Store somehow. For example, I verified the signature of “The Unarchiver” using the following command in my terminal:

$ codesign --verify --verbose /Applications/The
In architecture: x86_64

Signatures for apps downloaded outside the App Store are OK:

$ codesign --verify --verbose /Applications/Googe
Google valid on disk
Google satisfies its Designated Requirement

Does anyone know what’s going on here? I already contacted Apple Support, but they don’t know either and they won’t escalate this issue because both my MacBook and macOS High Sierra is too old (and therefore unsupported).

Also, this issue doesn’t seem to be related with Many OS X app store apps are listed as “app” is damaged and can’t be opened, which gives a different error message.