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If you have a new hard drive to use with your Mac, there are several considerations to keep in mind for its optimal use.
Many hard drives come preformatted with special utility software that largely is not needed, and may even be problematic or limiting at times.
Now that Apple has released OS X 10.9 Mavericks, you might want to consider creating a USB install drive for clean installs and future use.
If partitioning a drive with Disk Utility gives you unmount or resource busy errors, there may be workarounds you can use.
Do you have an external hard drive formatted to NTFS that you would like to use with your Mac? You can do so without using any third-party software.
Learn how to sync your Android device with a Mac like a pro.
When installing Windows 8 in Apple's Boot Camp environment, you may run into a problem in which the installer claims it cannot create a new partition or locate an existing one.
OS X requires that you manually eject all drives before disconnecting them, which can be a bit of a burden if you have multiple drives attached. Here's a way to simplify things a little.
The DS1 offers a convenient way to attach numerous desktop peripherals to your Mac through one Thunderbolt connection.
Time Machine should by default back up all internal hard drives on a Mac; however, some people are experiencing a problem in which drives appear to be automatically excluded from being backed up.