Last month, in Parts I and II of this tutorial series, we began our exploration of the world of preference (.plist) files. I explained what .plist files are, what they do, and where on your drive you can find them. Finally, I described how to open and view the contents of these files. With this installment, we detail with the answers to the critical why question about .plist files:
PART III: Why bother to view or edit .plist files?
Q. As covered last month, the most common use of .plist files is to store changes that a user … Read more