In this free lesson added to the full tutorial on Mac Backup see how to transfer your current Time Machine Backup to a new hard drive. This can be very useful when your current backup drive is full and you need to upgrade to a larger one. Transferring your Time Machine Backup retains all the backed up files on the original drive rather than starting from scratch with a new backup. Learn much more in the Full Tutorial!
In this free lesson from TheMacU.com see what steps to take before you give your old Mac away, sell it or trade it in for a new one!
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In this lesson from the “Learn – Mac Backup” tutorial we take a look document versions feature which can be used along with a Time Machine Backup. With Document Versions you can browse auto-saved snap shots of a document that follow its history from bring created to all the edits and changes to its current form. Any of those past versions can then be restored with a click! Learn much more in the Full Tutorial!
In this lesson that’s included in the full tutorial on CleanMyMac X we take a look at the new “Space Lens” scanner. With Space Lens you can quickly visualize what folders and files are taking up the most room on your hard drive(s).
In this lesson from the upcoming full tutorial on CleanMyMac X we take a look at the Uninstaller feature that lets us fully remove Apps that we no longer need on our Mac. The uninstaller also displays Apps that haven’t been used in 6+ months, Apps that will no longer function (32 bit) in the next version of macOS and more! Click below to try CleanMyMac X for free. If you are upgrading from an older version of CleanMyMac you can do so for 50% off the regular price! CleanMyMac X is also included with a subscription to SetApp!
In this Quick Lesson we take a look at the best new features in CleanMyMac X including, Malware removal, speed improvements, an App Updater, and the new menubar item. CleanMyMac X is also included in a subscription to SetApp!
In this lesson see how to use your Mac’s Disk Utility App to erase or reformat a disk or drive. Learn much more about Mac Utilities in the full tutorial!