How to Find Out If Your Mac Uses Intel or Apple Silicon
Click on the in the macOS menu bar.
Choose About This Mac from the dropdown menu.
Mac computers with Intel processors will show an item labeled Processor ( Intel ), while Mac computers with Apple silicon will show an item labeled Chip (Apple M1/M2).
How To Write Technical Documentation Checklist
Writing technical documentation can be daunting. This checklist will help you create clear, concise, and accurate technical documents. From outlining to formatting to proofreading, this guide will help you ensure your document is ready for publication.
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1. Identify the audience
Who is the intended audience for the technical documentation?
2. Define the purpose
What is the purpose of the technical documentation?
Research related topics and resources to get an understanding of the technology and the target audience.
4. Gather information
Gather all the necessary information and data needed to write the technical documentation.
5. Plan the content
Create an outline that includes all the topics you want to cover in the technical documentation.
Start writing by following the outline and addressing each topic in detail.
Review the content and make any necessary revisions.
Test the technical documentation to ensure accuracy and completeness.
Proofread and edit the content to correct any errors.
Publish the technical documentation in the appropriate format.