Published on August 17th, 2017 | by Technable0
New macOS, New Filesystem: What Is APFS and How Does It Work?
When High Sierra releases this fall, Mac users will get the option to convert their drives to the new Apple File System (or APFS). If you are an iOS user, you have already been using it since 10.3. Developers have been able to make non-bootable drives for some time now, but converting your entire system drive is a big decision. What exactly are we getting into this fall? Pour One Out for HFS+ HFS dates back to the original Mac, running from Floppy Drives. It had a long life. You could read HFS drives until Snow Leopard. HFS+ (referred to…
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