[Updated December 18, 2014] Time Machine for OS X was first introduced all the way back in 2004 in OS X Leopard. Since then it’s become the best way to back up your Mac. This doesn’t mean that Time Machine is perfect, far from it. There are some issues that can come up from time […]
OS X gives you a simple and effective way to back up everything on your Mac with Time Machine, but what about your Boot Camp Partition? While Time Machine will save everything you want once an hour, one thing it can’t do is save a Windows partition, which Boot Camp just happens to be. This […]
Sometime today, Apple will drop the 6th version of iOS on iPhones, iPods, and iPads everywhere. Before you download that upgrade, here are five important things you should seriously consider doing first.
I’ve been working from two offices recently, which can be a bit of a chore. I’ve talked previously about how I’m essentially duplicating my home setup at the new office, but one thing hasn’t been duplicated: my backup system. At home, I’m currently using a 1TB Western Digital My Book to run my hourly Time […]
When the Time Capsule first came out I was all about it. Network attached storage and it was a router? Sign me up. At the same time, I didn’t have a lot of money to invest in the product, so I bought the 500GB model. Yesterday I was thanking god that I did. First, let’s […]