iPadOS 15 Files app gets progress bar, NTFS support, more

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iPadOS 15 Files app gets progress bar, NTFS support, more
When moving big files around on an iPad, the iPadOS 15 Files application finally gives you a progress bar.
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Improvements in the Files application coming in iPadOS 15 make it a bit easier for iPad users to transfer large files, and select groups of files with a trackpad or mouse. In addition, partial NTFS support is included.

Get Unparalleled Data Recovery And Protection With Disk Drill Pro 2.0 For Mac [Deals]

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No matter how computer-savvy you are, sometimes you just can’t avoid issues like a failing hard drive. For those emergency situations, Disk Drill Pro can be your savior. If you lose any data, you just have to click a button and it displays a list of files that can be potentially recovered. Save yourself a ton of time and heartache and get peace of mind with this app.

And right now you can save a ton of money as well by taking advantage of this limited time offer from Cult of Mac Deals. Pick up Disk Drill Pro 2.0 for only $29.99 – that’s 66% off the regular price!

Ending Soon! Cover Your Bases With MacKeeper [Deals]

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It’s not very often you can find a series of apps that has 16 utilities in one bundle, but this soon-to-end Cult of Mac Deals offer has 16 utilities all in one application! MacKeeper has got you covered in more ways than one – and you can get it for just $24 – and you’ll have the use of it for two of your Macs to boot!

The feature set that MacKeeper offers is almost limitless!

Formatting External Hard Drives In OS X [Video How-To]

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When you buy an external Hard Drive for use with Time Machine, Apple’s backup software, you will most likely need to format it before you can use it, since chances are that it is formatted for a Windows based computer. You could always spend the extra money to get a Mac formatted Hard Drive, but what’s the sense in that? You can format your own external Hard Drive right from Mac OS X. This video will show you how.