Yesterday I was notified that TimeMachine hadn’t successfully backed up for over 17 days, today I was notified it would take 3 days to perform a new back-up. Something had to be wrong somewhere, but what?
Despite owning and throwing my Surface Pro 3 around for 2 1/2 years, it seems it was made of sterner stuff than my new MacBook Pro (2015).
As previously mentioned, I utilise OneDrive very heavily and OneDrive is the centre of my off-site backup strategy. Integrating with macOS was of paramount importance for me.
For someone who only occasionally works on video projects as a hobby, the cost of a full Adobe CC subscription is just too great to justify. With the move to macOS it was time to find a new set of editing programs.
It’s been a whole month since I picked up my MacBook Pro from the local Apple Store, so perhaps it’s time to take a step back and evaluate where I am and how I got here.
Although a ‘Pro’ machine, my MacBook only has a 256GB SSD installed. Whilst this is plenty for usual storage requirement (music, photos saved as JPEGs, documents etc.), I also like to keep all the RAW files from my Canon DSLR. This takes up space which I don’t want to sacrifice from my SSD, but also… Continue reading Quick Tip: microSD Card Adapter
I’ve already detailed the hardware that I’m using, so I thought I’d take a moment to list out the major applications that I’ll be working with.