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How to Turn Off Sierra’s Optimized Storage - TidBITS
When first introducing macOS 10.12 Sierra, Apple made much of Optimized Storage, a marketing term that encompasses various settings and cloud-related technologies for moving data from a Mac’s space-constrained local drive to the cloud. In “Explaining Sierra’s Optimized Storage” (19 September 2016), I tried to lay out what Optimized Storage covers, explain the Storage Management window interface, and give suggestions about what you should or should not enable manually. Since Optimized Storage deletes data from your local drive such that it may not exist in your backups, you should be aware of the implications of turning it on.
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17 hours ago by andyhuey
Learning By Shipping
> Many of us have been using the dev builds of iOS 11 and MacOS High Sierra this week. I wanted to share some thoughts on what I think are some of the important advances.
> I have attended WWDC for many years, sometimes as a partner (working on Office), sometimes as competitors (working on Windows), and sometimes just as an interested developer (grad school). There are always a range of emotions coming out of the event. In this era of massively global Apple, every event is galactic in scale yet it is super important to keep in mind that this is still their developer conference.
19 hours ago by sechilds
Create a bootable installer for macOS - Apple Support
With macOS Sierra, El Capitan, Yosemite, or Mavericks, you can use a USB flash drive or other removable media as a startup disk from which to install the Mac operating system.

These advanced steps are intended primarly for system administrators and others who are familiar with the command line. Make sure you use a USB flash drive or other removable media that has at least 12GB of available disk space.
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