MacLife

LETTER OF THE MONTH

ropping Time Capsule is the greatest disservice that Apple has ever perpetrated towards its customers. My home has multiple laptops with teenagers that can’t be nudged, cajoled, prodded, or in any way compelled to connect to a hard drive to run a Time Machine backup. Having a solution that worked in the background gave me peace of mind that data was routinely backed up and that machines

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