Free Backup Course for Mac Users Podcast

Free Backup Course for Mac Users Podcast

Simple, Straightforward Podcast Course on How To Backup Your Photos, Videos, etc. for Mac Users

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September 11, 2020 21 min

Welcome to the first full Module and Episode (M01a) of the Free Backup Course for Mac Users Podcast! The show is hosted by award-winning photographer and author Andrew Darlow.

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On this show, Andrew dives into a number of backup power options, including different types of UPS (Uninterruptible Power Supply) devices. For more information, and to download Andrew’s Ultimate Backup Blueprint PDF for Mac Users, visit B...

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Welcome to the Free Backup Course for Mac Users Podcast! I’m your host, photographer and author Andrew Darlow.

Here are just a few of the topics I’ll be covering on the Podcast:

– How to choose the right hardware like battery backups to help keep your data and devices safe;
– Camera, smartphone and computer purchasing recommendations;
– Optimizing Photoshop, Lightroom, Apple Photos and other applications for speed and compatibility...

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