Tag Archives: Time Machine
Backup Month: How to Utilize Incremental...
Our Backup Month series continues today with a primer on incremental and offsite backups, an important part of any backup plan for home or business users. In the past, we’ve...

Commentary: What I Want in the...
In just less than two months, Apple holds its annual World Wide Developer Conference. At WWDC 2018, we expect to see what’s new for all of Apple’s operating systems...


World Backup Day is Here! Learn...
Another year, another World Backup Day! Each year around March 31, the Rocket Yard makes you aware of this observance that is designed to point out the importance of backing...

Tech 101: How to Schedule Time...
Time Machine is the built-in application in macOS that automates the process of backing up your data to an external drive. It’s easy to use, and it makes recovering...

The Top Five Reasons You Need...
Are you backing up your Mac’s data? If not, you may regret it… In this article, we’re going to give you five great reasons why you should have at...

Mac Performance Guide: Don’t Only Rely...
At the Rocket Yard, we’re constantly reminding our readers about the importance of having proper protection for their data. Disaster can strike anytime and anywhere, so it’s crucial that your most...


macOS Reversion: How to Downgrade from...
Installing a new version of the macOS can cause a bit of trepidation. Will all my older apps work? Are there any serious bugs in the new OS? Will...

Can APFS be used with Time...
macOS High Sierra contains many new features and capabilities, but APFS (Apple File System) is certainly one of the biggest changes. Changing the primary file system used by the...

Upgrading macOS Server to High Sierra:...
Along with the many other recent operating system upgrades, macOS Server was quietly bumped up to version 5.4 on Sept. 25, 2017. While all of the other upgrades added...

Should You Use a Mac for...
Over the years, a misconception has arisen in some circles that PCs are better suited for business than Macs. However, this seems to be an antiquated theory that doesn’t...