Running tethered-caching at startup

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In macOS 10.13 “High Sierra,” tethered caching has been renamed “Content Caching.” But the functionality is the same: your Mac will route network activity from USB device and also cache App Store apps locally on the Mac. This is a great feature and we highly recommend using it. Setup is extremely simple: Open your Mac’s System Preferences, then Sharing. Check the box for Content Caching. screen-shot-2017-11-18-at-10-55-50-pm That’s it. Devices will be tethered and your Mac will cache any installed apps.