Mac apps often request some kind of “permissions” during their installation. Since Apple expanded macOS Mojave’s Security and Privacy permissions, requests have only increased. What does this mean when an app wants “Accessibility permission?” Should you grant apps these permissions? Accessibility This permission is the most commonly requested, so our description starts here. Related: How to Make macOS Mojave’s Dark Mode Even Darker Accessibility permissions give apps extremely broad access to your Mac. Apps with this permission can access the entire system and control other apps. It’s like Full Disk Access plus Automation. This was created for apps that help people with disabilities. Soon,… Read more
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