Adds support for local snapshot statistics, Dark Mode, fixes a bug, and is now notarized for your added security.
Detailed comparison of how Time Machine backs up HFS+ and APFS volumes, including its use of local snapshots, with diagrams.
When Time Machine backs up an APFS volume, it works quite differently from the way it did on HFS+. Explored here using log entries from Mojave.
Practical tips for those intending to upgrade early, from checking compatibility, preparing workarounds, to making a copy of the installer.
Comparing the contents of archive files, such as .sit(x) and .zip archives, can be simple, but quickly gets more complex.
Comparing the data in two files is easy, but what about its extended attributes? There hasn’t been a simple tool to do that, until now.
Don’t pay too much attention to what Apple wants you to hear, but beware of what it omits to mention. Time Machine 2, perhaps?
Are we in for some real surprises, like tools and documentation, or just razzle-dazzle, smoke and mirrors?
Many pro users are now turning to iCloud Drive to integrate them into their work. How well does it cope? Is it ready for such demanding use?
Time Machine backups look like ordinary files and folders, but you have to be careful what you do to them. Here’s how you can go inside them in safety, and what you can do.