What does your Mac get up to when you’re away from it? Mine was busy writing hundreds of thousands of entries in the log because of a couple of snapshots.
First full release of this macOS log browser, which also browses logs from iOS, iPadOS, watchOS and tvOS. Clean and simple to use, but very powerful.
Understanding what’s written to the log during a test upload to iCloud Drive can help you diagnose an iCloud problem.
System monospace font for log extracts, improves tests to determine which features are available, adds kernel log entries.
Where are the tools for diagnosing and fixing features that don’t always ‘just work’? Turning to look at iCloud.
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.
Fixes a bug which could prevent admin users from opening T2M2 if they were a member of very few groups.
Tips to help you investigate and tackle problems arising in Catalina with its new privacy protections, particularly those of folders such as Documents.
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.