NAB 2015 sees JMR raise the curtain on the new Lightning products, the latest generation of the company’s Thunderbolt 2 storage and expansion options. Consisting of ten models, the Lightning line recognizes the role of Mac computers in the current post-production climate, making hardware expansion possible by converting Thunderbolt to PCIe. This makes the products a natural choice for users who want to add PCIe peripherals, but use Thunderbolt-on...
Taking a gentle plunge into the Mac world. First thing i want to know even before I start using it is how to do the disaster recovery. First step, learn how to reload the OS. You can wait for a 5GB download or you can do this and install in 5 minutes
Your first mistake was believing almost anything an Apple Store Genius tells you anymore. The quality has gotten very spotty compared to the early days. You’re lucky to get a Gifted, let alone a Genius these days.
Good Grief: "It’s worth noting that Photos for OS X obfuscates the file system even more than iPhoto or Aperture do — once you import photos from your camera, it seems to be impossible to locate the original file in the Finder, even if you have Photos set to store the original, full-size images on your computer rather than only keep them in iCloud. Those who want to maintain absolute control over their images will probably want to save original files in Finder and then import the best shots into Photos for further work and sharing" #yosemite#mac#photos
I think I am going to try them both. Just ran the SuperDuper but did not do a restore test yet. I was hoping it would make a single image file like Macrium Reflect does/can do for a PC. But I dind't see the option and it seems to have just taken over the entire external drive. Will do a CCC test to a different external drive