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Users are concerned with Apple new APFS format.
The useful feature for reading articles later requires an extra step if you’re offline.
Desktop & Documents isn’t designed for continuous updates of large files.
People are still running afoul of a High Sierra issue: APFS breaks Time Machine archives.
What to do when you want to connect one set of machines locally to a Mac that's also connected to the Internet.
Apple touts Siri as a way to control HomePod. But you can use a Mac, iPhone, or iPad when you don't feel like talking.
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.
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.
Deleting files in from your Mac affects the Time Machine snapshot, but you can go back to an archive.
Avoid APFS for external drives for now for this reason.
When it comes to Continuity and cell calls, you have to pick one network connection over the other.
If you installed the root security update to a Mac running macOS 10.13, you need to reinstall the update and restart when you upgrade to 10.13.1.
How to disable automatic calendar items, notifications, and more.