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-=>JB<=- sundown at pacifier.com
Wed May 30 02:33:06 EDT 2012

If you want to find different versions of documents you have backed up
with Time Machine it sounds like you might be able to do it with the
program Back-in-Time 2.



On May 29, 2012, at 8:28 PM, J. Landman Gay wrote:

> On 5/29/12 7:40 PM, Peter Haworth wrote:
>> Hi Igor,
>> I agree with you on this one.  TM has saved me on more than one occasion.
>>  Maybe I've just got used to using it and don't notice whatever the
>> problems are that others have referred to.
> I really like Time Machine too -- for backups. It's always running, and it's saved me repeatedly. But it makes a horrible versioning system. Just terrible. You can't find anything.
> What it's good for is when you lose a file -- or even a whole hard drive -- and you need to replace the last version you had. Or maybe yesterday's. But not the one from whenever it was earlier today, you can't remember exactly when, and you can't remember exactly what changes you made.
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