Don't-Miss Storage Stories
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.
A reader can't get a drive working again, but the problem lies within (the computer).
A reader would prefer to not send his computer off to get fixed with all of the contents of its drive being accessible to a technician. What to do?
A reader sees only 121GB of storage on her iMac, and wonders what happened.
USB-C promises up to 10Gbps data transfer, but the first generation of USB-C devices aren’t as fast as they could be. Here's what to look out for.
When OS X won't let you unmount a flash drive or external hard drive, here’s what you can do.
You'd be surprised at how quickly your iPhone or iPad can chew through storage, particularly the tiny 16GB model. If you're feeling jammed, try these easy ways to find a few gigs of breathing room.
A reader would like to use his Time Capsule only for backups, not as a Wi-Fi gateway.
Need to transfer files from one Mac to another? There are many way to do it.
A reader wonders why the color changes between yellow and green on his Time Machine backup volume.
A hardware RAID can be pricey but it helps prevent data loss and improve performance.
A reader found his lack of sensitivity prevented him from using certain software, such as Adobe’s Creative Cloud. But there's a fix.
A reader wonders where gigabytes (or gibibytes) have gone since upgrading from Yosemite.
A reader wants to migrate into the cloud more media than will fit on his Mac's hard drive.
Disk Utility has a new look in El Capitan, but formatting a storage device is still as easy as it was before.