Which of the cluster of hidden files and folders at the top level of an APFS volume should be preserved or copied to a copy of that volume?
Explaining inodes, names, dates, permissions, file types, and specialised attributes used for iCloud.
Now shows the space taken on disk, which makes it easy to identify sparse files.
This has minor improvements to work better with Big Sur, and now runs native on Intel and Apple Silicon Macs.
Some simple card tricks using TextEdit files demonstrate that most current apps don’t use new features in APFS. But they’re still safe and efficient.
How can you refer to an important file or directory, no matter where it’s moved on a volume, even when it’s renamed?
A minor but worthwhile upgrade to this utility which provides bookmarks and aliases, reveals inode numbers, and much more.
This update comes with full guidance on how to get the best from the app with Mojave’s privacy protection.
Adds quick copying to 6 key values, making them much easier and more efficient to paste into other apps, and fixes a bug in Save.
Provides a unique collection of info, including volfs path, inode number, extended attribute and total sizes, Base-64 encoded Bookmark, and more.