Sometimes you have to work between Windows and Mac computers. FAT32 doesn’t work if you need to deal with files bigger than 4gb. NTFS doesn’t work if you need to write from a Mac. Mac HFS+ just doesn’t work with Windows at all. So what do you do? Enter exFAT!
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It’s a common problem with older Macbook’s. In fact, every single Macbook I’ve ever owned has had this problem, some more than once.
Arq Backup provides a simple backup solution for your Mac that can run in the background, constantly keeping your important files backed up to your choice of cloud storage platform. It encrypts your files locally and regularly backs up your changes when you are connected to the internet. Since it is merely a tool that
I’ve moved my Dropbox onto an external hard drive because it’s just too big to store all the files I use regularly on my local hard drive. However, I like to keep a local backup in addition to the Dropbox backup, so I wanted to add it to my Time Machine which has more than