How can you tell what was backed up when Time Machine last ran a routine backup? Here’s one way to find out, and detailed info on its support files.
Why you should always protect backup storage with a UPS. Should you also rebuild its directories every month? And when to archive rather than back up.
Fixes a bug which could prevent admin users from opening T2M2 if they were a member of very few groups.
What to do, when you can, before taking or sending your Mac in for service or repair. What about FileVault? And Activation Lock?
Recommended for those running or preparing to upgrade to Catalina, as it adds a new strategy for determining what to back up.
From its first release, Time Machine has been designed to back up over a network. So why the problems? And how you can make your own NAS.
Migration and inheriting backups from earlier macOS and Macs investigated and documented. It’s a smart system, but can take a long time. And a new version of T2M2.
What to do when there are problems with a backup, or you want to delete backups or their contents.
Can you still share files using the AFP protocol, or must you contend with SMB and its bugs? And what about shared storage for Time Machine backups?
In the market for replacement backup storage? It’s a gamble, and you probably won’t know whether you made the right choice for the next year or more.