One of the major ‘new’ features in the new file system coming in High Sierra. But how does it help the Mac user?
On laptops, Time Machine’s ‘local snapshots’ have been of limited use. In High Sierra, this all changes, and for laptop users should be a strong reason for upgrading.
Time Machine backups are but one of 70-80 background services which are run by macOS dispatching systems. Here’s a list of some of the others.
Versioning reflects some of Apple’s worst corporate auntiness. We need more self-determination.
What seemed another Apple quirk has become a sea change in the way that apps work, and things can go wrong.
Have you ever had a word processor freeze on you, trashing your work? Or has an editor asked you to make changes, then changed their mind again? You should use version control.