Archive for January 11th, 2016

by Tom Nelson

Time Machine is the backup method of choice for many Mac users. But there are a couple of things missing from Time Machine: information about what’s going on during a backup, and information about the current state of the backups.


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Most of us believe our backups are in good shape. We also tend to blithely assume that we have sufficient drive space for the next backup. After all, one of the things Time Machine does is remove old backups if it needs room for new ones.

So, there shouldn’t be any problems, or at least, we hope not.

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