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Time Machine lets you remove backup snapshots manually, which could lead to trouble.
Users are concerned with Apple new APFS format.
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People are still running afoul of a High Sierra issue: APFS breaks Time Machine archives.
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TIme Machine has a method of backing up so you don't have to worry about your hard drive filling up too fast.
The new iMac Pro comes with a new set of options for restricting how it starts up.
Before you upgrade the hard drive in an older MacBook, check to see what version of Serial ATA you can use.
While Time Machine will occupy as much space as it can, you don't have to devote a drive to it.
If you’ve changed the size of a partition, you may be able to fix it without erasing the entire drive.
An outdated Acrobat plug-in was fixed, but you may have to install an update manually.
Deleting files in from your Mac affects the Time Machine snapshot, but you can go back to an archive.
The fix is somewhat drastic, but it's easy and quick to perform.