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0:54 2:51 Suggested clip How to back up your Mac with Time Machine Apple Support YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip How to back up your Mac with Time Machine Apple Support
Restart your Mac. While the startup disc is waking up, hold down the Command and R keys simultaneously. Select Restore from Time Machine Backup from the list of available options. Click Continue. Click Continue on the Restore Your System Page.
Time Machine is a built-in backup feature on your Mac. It automatically makes hourly backup versions of your computer that cover the past 24 hours as well as daily and weekly versions to cover the past month and all previous months, respectively.
0:54 2:51 Suggested clip How to back up your Mac with Time Machine Apple Support YouTubeStart of suggested clipEnd of suggested clip How to back up your Mac with Time Machine Apple Support
With Time Machine, you can back up your entire Mac, including system files, apps, music, photos, emails, and documents. When Time Machine is turned on, it automatically backs up your Mac and performs hourly, daily, and weekly backups of your files. Connect an external hard disk to your Mac and turn the disk on.
Time Machine automatically backs up your entire Mac, including system files, applications, accounts, preferences, email messages, music, photos, movies, and documents. On the given page, there are even tutorials on how to restore your Mac from a Time Machine copy. Please be aware those backups are not bootable.
Why you should use your Mac's Time Machine. Your Mac's Time Machine should be your primary backup system. Not only does it let you restore your Mac to a happy working state after a crash, but it also lets you recover individual files or folders you may have accidentally erased.
With Time Machine, you can back up your entire Mac, including system files, apps, music, photos, emails, and documents. When Time Machine is turned on, it automatically backs up your Mac and performs hourly, daily, and weekly backups of your files. Connect an external hard disk to your Mac and turn the disk on.
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