Time Machine is Apple's built-in back up system for the OS X. With it, you can automatically protect yourself from data loss and system failures by copying your Mac's files to a Time Capsule or an external hard drive.
Do you have an excessive amount of backups taking up space on your MacBook? Don't worry, it's supposed to be there.
How do you back up your Mac locally and off-site or online so all your important photos and files stay safe and sound? Like this!
If your Mac crashes and you lose it all, you can restore it back to its current state thanks to backups. Here's how to do so.
"Oh no, I messed up! I want to go back to a previous version of my document. What do I do?" It's all about reversion, my friend.
Apple's built-in Time Machine app makes it simple to back up data on your Mac, and you can even use the same external hard drive to back up two different Macs. Here's how.
Time Machine is a free app built-in to your Mac that lets you create backups of your data. Here's how to use it.
Are you using a networked Windows Share location as a backup? Here's how to make Time Machine work with it.
Backing up is one of the most important things you can do in terms of computers and SuperDuper! is a great tool. Now it's been updated to full support macOS Catalina, too.
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