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OWC Validating Data Integrity Key When Backing...
By Lloyd Chambers, Guest Blogger An overlooked aspect of data management is data integrity: are the files intact tomorrow, a year from now, on the original drive and backup drives,...

timemachine_icon Apple’s Time Machine Bug May Ignore...
We’ve talked about backing up your data quite extensively here on the OWC Blog. We’ve talked about different backup strategies. We’ve discussed mirrored RAID devices like the NewerTech Guardian...


STOP-applaunch Gatekeeper Keeping Older Applications From Launching
If you’ve installed OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion already, you may have run into one of the new additions to the OS by the name of Gatekeeper. Like other...

stopwatch “Faster Than 3G” speeds via USB...
When it comes to measuring device speeds, there are few who can rival Lloyd Chambers of MacPerformaceGuide for his thoroughness and ability to put devices through their paces. Recently,...

magglassRAM Boost 2011 MBP Performance with 1600MHz...
Right now, everybody’s talking about the MacBook Pros announced at WWDC earlier this month. That’s great; it’s always fun to talk about the latest and greatest. However, not everybody...

PR_128GBmemory OWC 128GB MaxRAM Upgrade Unleashes The...
Other World Computing announced today through its in-house MaxRAM testing lab its Certified Triple-Channel Memory Upgrade Kits for 2009 and later Apple Mac Pro models now provide up to 128GB —...


Globe-FoilFix OWC Offers Fix For 2011 17″...
In preparation for our official OWC Mercury EXTREME Pro 6G SSD introduction next week, our team has been focused of all aspects of performance of it and including (of...

PR_OWCmountpro OWC Introduces Mount Pro 2.5″ Drive...
Other World Computing today announced the OWC Mount Pro drive sled for adding any 2.5″ Serial ATA (SATA) hard disk drive or Solid State Drive (SSD) to 2009 and later...

owc-talk Don’t Take Our Word For It.
Long-time readers have probably noticed that we’re not bashful talking about how great our products are. While all of what we say about the products is—to the best of...

stopwatch More Memory or an SSD?
It’s long been established that adding more memory to your Mac can improve its performance dramatically; dollar for dollar it’s still the most cost-effective upgrade you can make. But...