What tells me that macOS isn’t about to be swallowed up into iOS? Look at what’s happened with Time Machine in Big Sur, which has undergone as much development as it did prior to release in 2007.
How Time Machine has changed since it appeared in 2007, and how backing up to APFS volumes is different now it’s available in Big Sur.
Time Machine supported Time Capsules, which generated revenue which was lost nearly 2 years ago. How could Apple replace it and fund further Time Machine development?
Here’s what happens when a Time Machine backup, normally the first, slows to the point where it’s just never going to finish.
How to check Time Machine backups, and investigate any errors which may have occurred – the easy way using Ulbow.
Apple has just released an update to bring AirPort Express and Extreme, and Time Capsule Base Stations, with […]
Apple has updated its AirPort Base Station firmware to version 7.9.1. If you still use an AirPort Extreme […]
Enjoy being a computer owner-user-maintainer while you can: those days are NUMbered.
El Capitan has made the checking and repair of storage more complex. Here is a clear explanation of what to do.
Half the time I start my iMac up, it reports that something else is using the same IP address. How can I fix that?