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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.

How to: Recover Dashboard Stickies from Mac Time Machine

Here's how to recover dashboard stickies from time machine backup without having to restore the whole backup. Also how to find the Library folder in OS X.

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.

Discover how to take two old Macs and combine them into a single new machine. Use Migration Assistant with multiple Time Machine backups to transfer multiple accounts.

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Time Machine: it's always been there and you've probably always used it. But what you may not have known is that you can tweak things around on your Mac to make the ubiquitous backup app a little more powerful. Here are 10 tips to help you rev up Time Machine.

Even if you have Time Machine switched off, you can use it to back up using the menu-bar icon. Click the icon, then click Back Up Now to perform a manual backup. However, it’s best to enable Time Machine’s automatic backups. To set this up, go to Time Machine > System Preferences and switch Time Machine’s status to On. It will now automatically maintain backups of your content every hour for one day, every day for a month, and weekly beyond that.

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