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How to disable the backup and free up space on your Mac

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How to disable the backup and free up space on your Mac

MacBook-Coffee How to disable the backup and free up space on your Mac

From the Apple operating large fans to force the user to purchase the gadgets. It would seem that after the purchase of iPhone and MacBook their obligations to the company you have performed, but no. If you did not have money to buy the version with 512 GB or 1 TB, the Cupertino necessarily begin to hint at the Time Capsule.

This is especially true backup. The fact is that since OS X 10.9 Apple has added automatic backup system TimeCapsul. If you do not, then the local copy is stored on the SSD. For information on how much space the backup backup, can be found in Storage .

To do this, open the Apple menu and select About This Mac  and then open a tab Storage . One of the points highlighted in color and will be backup .

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The number may vary – ranging from a few hundred megabytes of the dozen gigs. For owners makbukov with a storage capacity of 128 GB a similar amount of space is of great importance.Naturally, you can disable the local preservation. To do this, you need terminal and the administrator password.

To disable the automatic creation of a local copy on OS X, enter this command here:

$ Sudo tmutil disablelocal

If you need to return the autosave, it is done in an identical manner without problems. Just enter:

$ Sudo tmutil enablelocal

If the figure in the Storage spoiled the mood and want to remove the unnecessary copy, it is stored in the directory /.MobileBackups.

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