Don't-Miss Storage Stories
A network-attached storage device needs to use the proper file service with Apple’s Time Machine.
macOS has several ways to properly eject a storage device.
When you want to format a hard drive, it helps to know the difference between a partition and a drive.
A reader wants to protect the bootable clone he makes of his startup volume just as effectively.
How can you store a large iTunes library on a SSD-equipped MacBook Pro with limited storage? Kirk McElhearn has a few suggestions.
A reader wants to store 500GB somewhere other than on a local hard drive, and wonders about options.
A little Mac app can help attached drives when you put your laptop to sleep.
When you want to switch Time Machine drives, it's fairly easy to transfer your old backups.
When an iMac is physically damaged, how do you get the data from its Fusion Drive.
The ability to set up a software RAID has returned to Apple's utility.
If you created a RAID using Disk Utility and now you don’t want to use the disks as a RAID anymore, here’s how to delete the RAID.
This new feature in Apple’s latest Mac operating system promises to free up precious storage space.
With this new feature, files saved to the Desktop and in Documents are automatically saved your iCloud Drive.
How to make persistent shortcuts in the Mac's Sidebar even after unmounting and remounting a drive.
A reader wants to disable syncing to iCloud, but can't download the full-resolution images and videos. Here's how to fix it.