If you’ve been unable to create a bootable external disk to use with your M1 Mac, this explains what you need and its limitations and quirks.
Connecting external storage to the USB-C ports on an external display is a great idea until the display goes to sleep.
The list of apps in my Files and Folders list grows steadily as they need to access my external SSD. And there’s nothing I can do about that.
Should you enable TRIM, and what is it? Do you need to turn wear levelling on, and what about fragmentation on SSDs? Some mysteries explained.
Even with 4 ports on my Mac, I’m running out. What about putting a couple of my 1 TB SSDs into a single enclosure? Here’s a cost-effective answer.
Want one external drive from which you can boot two (or more) different versions of macOS? Here’s how to make it.
With a shiny new high-speed Samsung X5 SSD to test, I was looking forward to some real speed. Did it deliver good value for its high price, though?
Should you buy a cheap cable to connect your external SSD to a Thunderbolt port, or pay over $/€/£50 for high performance? Here are some test results.
Replacing a failed drive, or upgrading the whole array? Your choice may be wider than you think.
Does the £120 Thunderbolt case outperform the £15 USB 3 one? And if you had both, which would you choose to use?