Don't-Miss Storage Stories
You say you're in desperate need of external store but have only your MacBook and a digital camera? Where there's a will, there's a way.
What do you do if a file won't expand or someone sends you a strange type of archive? Here are answers to frequently asked questions about working with compressed files in Mac OS X.
You now have the ability to share files with others via Google Drive. If you're a little concerned about Google having your files, here's a simple way to encrypt and upload them.
If your Mac's storage space is dwindling for no apparent reason, a hidden iPod Photo cache folder may be the culprit. Use Automator to keep it trim.
There's no need to completely wipe the data from your drive when you want to partition that drive. Chris Breen shows you how.
Make a New Year's resolution you can keep: Start backing up your Mac. And we're going to make it as easy as possible.
Still have some holiday shopping to do? Don’t delay -- online ordering deadlines are quickly approaching if you want your gifts delivered before 2012.
Mac's hard drive near capacity? Time to add more storage. Here's our guide to help you buy a new external desktop hard drive.
On the market for a portable hard drive? Our guide will help you make the right decision.
In this guide, we'll take a look at the different ways you can connect devices to Thunderbolt.
If you have multiple computers, iOS devices, and media players in your home, it's likely your media is a mess--scattered from one end of your home to the other. With the aid of a NAS and these tips, you can cull, organize, and play that content on any device you own.
Lion's FileVault 2 can be used to protect your data by encrypting your Mac's hard drive. Interested in using FileVault 2, but don't know where to start? Macworld senior contributor Glenn Fleishman has a complete guide to FileVault 2.
OS X's Migration Assistant can help you transfer data from one computer or hard drive to another, but it's not the only means by any means. Here's how to migrate data using a cloned drive, Time Machine, and third-party applications.
Creating your own cloud storage system doesn’t require a degree in computer science. But it does help to choose the right equipment. Derrick Story advises photo pros how to get started.
More and more, we rely on Web services as a matter of course. The key word is rely: We assume that the data we upload to, say, a photo-hosting account or blog will be there. But what happens when a service is shut down?