Archive for November 20th, 2014

by Tom Nelson

Most people don’t think about backing up their Mac until after disaster strikes; by then, it’s too late. Don’t let this happen to you. Instead of waiting for that sinking feeling when you realize your Mac isn’t going to boot, or the terrifying sound of your hard drive screeching to a halt, be proactive. Check out all the possibilities, make a decision, and then back up your data.


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Time Machine: Backing Up Your Data Has Never Been So Easy

Time Machine, the Apple backup utility included with Leopard (OS X 10.5), may be one of the easiest backup utilities to set up and use. It makes backing up your data so easy you may forget that it’s there, working quietly in the background, automatically backing up your data. Time Machine also offers one of the best interfaces for recovering a specific file or folder from a backup. ‘Time Machine: Backing Up Your Data Has Never Been So Easy’ provides a step-by-step guide to configuring Time Machine and creating your first backup.

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