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.
macOS updates sometimes don’t work out right. What can you do to revert to the previous release? Did I hear you mention snapshots?
A short introduction to some of the highlights and quirks of M1 Macs, from dealing with apps which don’t run properly, to entering Recovery Mode and dealing with disaster.
Have you checked how much free space is on your startup volume after the last update? Do you wonder where it has all gone?
For many, this could be the best reason for upgrading early. Even when it doesn’t go quite as expected, this really isn’t difficult.
If you haven’t upgraded to Big Sur yet but intend doing so early, be reassured: it’s one of the smoothest for years. Full details and a few tips to help.
Extends support for the new feature in Big Sur to make Time Machine backups to APFS volumes.
Some articles to read before you try upgrading to Big Sur, or ordering a new Apple Silicon Mac. Insights and tips.
CTS now schedules many important services, including syncing Calendar, Contacts, Messages, running weekly firmware checks with eficheck, and more.
CTS scheduling and dispatch of background tasks has no user interface, and no controls. How can you tell that there’s a problem, and what to do about it?