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Translating Apple’s New High Sierra & APFS Compatibility Document

(Apple File System.) Thanks to sharp-eyed Rocket Yard commenter Chris pointing us to an Apple support document, we now have a bit more information on macOS High Sierra, Apple File System, and how it all works on Macs and on volumes that are formatted...

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First Impressions of macOS 10.13 ‘High Sierra’

The weeks following the Apple World Wide Developer Conference are always fun for tech bloggers and readers alike, as the first hands-on reports of how new devices and operating systems are working provide a tantalizing glimpse into the near future...

macOS 101: How to Boot and Use a Mac in Target Disk Mode

Target Disk Mode has been a feature of the macOS since the PowerBook 100 (pictured right) was released way back in 1991. This handy feature allows you to connect two Macs via FireWire ports, Thunderbolt ports, or USB-C ports, and...

How to Use Mac’s Disk Utility to Securely Wipe a Drive

There may come a time when you want to completely remove all traces of information on your Mac's drives. It may be because you're selling or donating your Mac, and you want all your personal information wiped clean from the...

Protect Your Data with Latest Batch of Weekender Specials

Saturday, January 28 is Data Privacy Day. Earlier this week, we showed you how to keep your data secure on your Mac with FileVault. Now we're bringing you a special batch of Weekender Specials to help you take your security...

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How to Move to a New Mac with Migration Assistant

Moving from an older Mac to a new Mac can seem daunting -- there are all those settings you've grown accustomed to over the years, files to be moved, and applications to be reinstalled. Fortunately, Apple has made moving to...

Use Disk Images To Keep Private Data Private

I always figured I’d make a great secret agent. I’m a pretty good shot (at least with my Red Ryder BB gun), I’m nearly unnoticeable in a crowd (especially at “singles” events), and I know how to keep a secret...

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