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- 8 enero, 2022 a las 2:46 pm #34883maryfreitag28Invitado
<br><br>Time machine (translated from English – „time machine») is a backup system developed by Apple and built into Mac OS X Leopard and later versions of macOS, as well as a program of the same name that allows you to view the contents of backups and restore both individual files and the entire operating system. It is positioned by the company as a simple backup utility.<br><br>The first Time Machine demo took place on August 7, 2006 at WWDC.<br><br>Apple’s website claims a dedicated API will be released so that third-party developers can integrate Time Machine into their applications (for example, to save intermediate versions of documents).<br><br>Until 2018, Apple released a Time Capsule (Time Capsule) wireless access point with a built-in hard drive, allowing you to create backups wirelessly.<br>Description<br>After the initial setup, the utility creates backup copies of files (including the files of the operating system itself) on the user’s external hard drive every hour, allowing you to subsequently find and restore any file changed or deleted by the user.<br><br>Some programs (for example, Mail or applications from the iWork suite) are integrated with Time Machine and allow you to restore letters or earlier versions of documents, respectively.<br><br>Also Time Machine includes the function of recovering photos in iPhoto and contacts in Address Book. The basic recovery technology is also designed for use by third-party applications – although the program itself backs up system-level files, the required files can be restored not only from the Finder itself, but also directly from the applications themselves (such as Address Book, iPhoto, iCal, etc. .d.)<br><br>The user interface of the program looks like a stepped deck of „flying» (shuffling) windows, each of which displays the state of the for a certain day. Scrolling through these steps, the user can find the date and select the file or group of files to be restored. The Core Animation API is used to display the interface.<br><br>The user also has access to several settings related to the process of creating backups by the program, such as:<br>Change the partition or device on which Time Machine will back up and save settings;Excluding some files from the save list when creating a backup;System requirements<br>Time will require a second physical, non-bootable attached hard drive to create local backups.<br><br>The utility will also allow you to create network backups to Apple Time media and Mac OS X Server host.<br>