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Take Control of Mac OS X Backups


© September 2009 Anthony Lawrence

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I've been known to say that there's no such thing as too much backup. I was proven wrong on that, but few of us need worry about having too much: most of us really don't have enough.

For Mac OS X, that's where "Take Control of Mac OS X Backups" comes in. It covers backup from soup to nuts - concepts, methods, specific products, everything you'd want to know and more.

By the way, although this is primarily about backing up OS X, it is actually very good for any OS.

This is freshly updated for Snow Leopard (not much has changed, it's mostly cosmetic). I expected this would just be about Time Machine, but it is much more than that - though of course Time Machine is thoroughly covered.

Backups are important. Take control now.


Tony Lawrence 2009-09-26 Rating: 4.5

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