A Beginner’s Guide to Mac File Versioning

File Versioning is an overlooked feature of macOS. It is a feature that uses the restorative powers of Time Machine to recover older versions of your documents. Versioned file systems are nothing new, but many still don’t realise their Mac can do this. With the arrival of Apple’s new file system APFS, versioning is becoming even more ingrained within the system. It’s a pro-level feature that might get you out of trouble in a pinch. Here’s how to use it (and disable it if you really want to). Autosave and File Versioning: Lion’s Highlights OS X Lion was a love…

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