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Backing up your Mac

Take Control of Easy Mac Backups

by Joe Kissell

FROM THE PUBLISHER:

Set up a rock-solid backup strategy so that you can restore quickly and completely, no matter what catastrophe arises.

Read along as backup guru Joe Kissell helps you understand the three components of a solid backup strategy, implement that strategy to meet your specific needs, and understand the hows and whys of what you are doing, taking you far beyond the limited security of turning on Time Machine or copying a few files to a flash drive or cloud service. You'll also find details on how to test your backup system and restore from backup. Whether you're running 10.7 Lion, 10.8 Mountain Lion, or 10.9 Mavericks you'll soon have a reliable, up-to-date backup system.

Syncing Data in Snow Leopard

Take Control of Syncing Data in Snow Leopard

by Michael Cohen

FROM THE PUBLISHER:

With clear directions and a humorous touch, expert Michael Cohen walks you through exactly how to sync managed data from a Mac running macOS 10.6 Snow Leopard with a variety of devices and services. Whether you want to sync phone numbers between your Mac and your mobile phone, share calendars and keychains between Macs, or move only new podcast episodes to an iPod, you'll find useful advice and directions. ("Managed data" is data that you can't usually see as separate files in the Finder—data such as iCal events, Address Book contacts, Safari bookmarks, and anything you store in iTunes.)

You'll also learn how syncing works under the hood and get troubleshooting advice in case your sync engine throws a rod.