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Use Time Machine to back up or restore your Mac

Time Machine backs up all of your files to an external hard drive so that you can restore them later or see how they looked in the past.

"Portable" TextWrangler with Dropbox …this is pretty clever. Wondering how #MntLion will play with this idea.

from Apple Support

Use Time Machine to back up or restore your Mac

earn how to set up Time Machine to perform backups, how to restore items (or your entire system) from a Time Machine backup, how to migrate existing Time Machine backups to a new Mac, and more.

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from MakeUseOf

4 Resources to Become a Backup Master with Time Machine [Mac]

from About.com Tech

Everything You Need to Know about Apple's Time Machine Backup App

Everything You Need to Know about Apple's Time Machine Backup App: Using Time Machine as your primary backup is a no-brainer. This easy-to-use backup system not only lets you restore your Mac to a happy working state after some cosmic cataclysm engulfs it, it also lets you ever so easily restore individual files or folders you may have accidentally deleted.

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How to do Manual Backups with Time Machine for Mac

from Apple Support

Use Time Machine to back up or restore your Mac

This week, we were talking a little bit about backup. We already talked that Time Machine clones your Mac, so you can recover not only the files, but all the se

Sometimes you don't want Time Machine to back up your files. Here's how to keep that from happening. Time Machinee, Apple's built-in backup utility, is actually pretty smart about figuring out what to save and what to skip on your Mac. OS X by default excludes a whole bunch of stuff from Time Machine that Apple engineers know the Mac just doesn't need in order to work right after...