The complete range of 35 apps and 5 command tools which are compatible with Catalina – all free from here.
macOS Catalina is the first version of macOS which boots not from a single volume, but from two: […]
The three tools which Apple provides to control Time Machine are its System Preferences pane, the Time Machine […]
There’s a small selection of tools available which work with Time Machine, supplement it, or replace it altogether. […]
Understanding what’s written to the log during a test upload to iCloud Drive can help you diagnose an iCloud problem.
In addition to the monospace font, adds the ability to limit the number of log entries displayed to improve response time, and makes changing Period much easier at last.
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.
How does Catalina protect privacy of locations such as ~/Documents and removable volumes? What are your controls?
Inside the Privacy tab in the Security & Privacy pane, and some pitfalls which could leave your private data exposed.
Fixes a bug which could prevent admin users from opening T2M2 if they were a member of very few groups.