Although I have disabled Time Machine, my Mac still runs periodic Time Machine backups.
What seemed another Apple quirk has become a sea change in the way that apps work, and things can go wrong.
When do you expect your Time Machine backup disk to start running out of space?
I have put over 140,000 files of around 270 GB from an old Time Machine backup into the Trash, and am now trying to empty the Trash. How can I expedite it?
Backups fail in the last 0.02 GB with a log entry of ‘error 28’. How can I get Time Machine working again?
I tried copying my iPhoto Libraries to my NAS drive, but that failed. How should I back these up?
Following a system restore on my MacBook, running OS X 10.6.8, I have lost permission to access backups prior to the restore. How can I fix this?
Businesses are often built on trust, and one of the most fundamental elements of trust must be in the accuracy of the data on your Mac. How should you ensure that your files remain true and correct?
I am considering putting some key spreadsheets containing our business accounts into iCloud. But what if I accidentally trash them using my iPad: can I use Time Machine to restore them?
Losing documents – cherished photos, or vital work – is tragic, costly, and wastes time. Combat the risk by designing a backup strategy.