Another week come and gone and you were too busy to read Mac|Life? For shame, for shame, after all the crafting and hunting and reviewing of the news we do for you? Well, we love you so much, Dear Reader, that we've even gone and picked out some highlights for you in case you're in a hurry.
Recently, a power outage caused data corruption on one of my drives, leaving some of the data unrecoverable. However, this issue could have been easily preempted. One solution: A UPS (or uninterruptible power supply) can provide backup power to your Mac and connected drives should you have a power outage, giving your Mac the ability to shutdown properly, keeping your data intact. We’ll show you how to select, and set up a UPS system to work with your Mac. Continue reading to learn more.