First release version, for El Capitan to Catalina. And completely free of course.
When Steve Jobs dismissed Blu-ray as being “a bag of hurt” 12 years ago, did he condemn Macs to go without Blu-ray movies?
Other major changes include detailed reporting, and user control over the size of buffer used, bringing big performance improvements.
If you opt for ‘Mac-only’ format, isn’t that sufficient to preserve everything you need in an archive?
How can you tell whether the file you see in storage today is the same as it was a year ago when you last opened it?
Because of its glorious past, Apple is about the future. But just now we need our past, with the future looking so uncertain.
Over time, stored data gets gradually corrupted. But over what period – months, years or centuries? And at what rate?
What do you do with all those old but important documents? Do you just leave them cluttering up storage, or have you archived them? Here’s how to archive properly.
How can you ensure that your descendants will have access to your photos, movies, and work many years in the future?
I still think of those who died in the Falklands War, and of Tony Tyler, one of the wittiest and most perceptive of the contributors to MacUser. We miss them.