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.
I want an external drive to support Time Machine backups of my iMac, which currently has 805 GB free space on its 1 TB internal drive. How big should this backup disk be?
Maintaining backups with Time Machine or third-party software over a WiFi network is very convenient, but when it goes wrong can be a devil to repair. Here’s how to unravel these problems.
Crashes don’t come any harder than when your Mac just sits there, your startup disk missing or unusable. Here is how to prepare for, and recover from, such a hard crash.