Another twist in the ongoing untangling of iCloud Photo Library and local storage comes via a reader's mother.
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A reader wants to shift his Photos and iTunes libraries to an external drive and ensure they're backed up by Time Machine.
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A reader wants to access the Library folder that’s stored on a mounted disk image.
A reader wonders about putting a former Time Capsule into a secondary position in her backup queue.
With iCloud Photo Library on, clearing storage space isn't a trivial task.
A reader wants to retain photos deleted from another device that remain on a synced iPad that’s been off all networks.
A reader’s imported photos are marked as missing when deleted from their original location.
A reader needs an older version to use Adobe software, but Mac 911 is reluctant to advise it.