Don't-Miss Storage Stories
If you want to format a drive that will be used as your Mac’s startup disk, the procedure is a little different from formatting it for use as a secondary drive for storing data.
When internal surgery of a Mac isn't in the cards, an external SSD can rejuvenate a slow machine.
Hard drive? Blu-ray? Online servers? Chris Breen looks at the options.
You've gone to all the trouble to create a Time Machine backup. Maybe you should make sure it works.
Wouldn't it be great to pass down the movie you made of your child's first birthday to her great-great-grandchildren? These tips may make that possible.
A reader seems to be missing his OS X recovery partition after cloning one drive to another. Chris Breen offers a solution.
You think you have a complete data backup plan? Then you haven't seen the lengths Rob Griffiths goes to to secure his data.
Chris Breen shows you how to stow your most sensitive data in a protected archive.
With Yosemite Apple has implemented a security measure that may prevent your Mac from booting from a third-party SSD. Chris Breen explains.
A friend of a friend attempted to pull the hard drive from an old Mac and connect it to a new one with poor results. Chris Breen suggests a tried and true method.
With Yosemite and iOS 8 Apple has loosened the shackles on iCloud storage. Here's how to put it to use on your Yosemite-running Mac, iOS 8 device, and the web.
An external enclosure is all you need to give your old storage a new lease on life.
Unlike old-fashioned iPods, the iPhone won't mount as a USB drive. However, Chris Breen points out you can still use it for portable file storage.