Found in Sierra, but seems to have fallen into disuse, and not found in High Sierra.
A detailed examination of what happens during the first few minutes after starting your Mac up. Vital for anyone trying to diagnose problems in that period.
How to run one-off backups, how to cancel automatic backups, and how to set your own backup schedules.
When Time Machine seems to take a long time preparing the next backup, or gets stuck, here is how to diagnose and deal with it.
macOS Sierra doesn’t run periodic backups using a simple mechanism. Here’s the story in full detail.
Working out why Time Machine backups go wrong isn’t necessarily that different from unravelling classical mythology. In some ways.