As a coworker posted on Twitter, “@rmogull doesn’t exist.
i Cloud has spoken.” Since I’m good about backups, I figured I could restore from Time Machine.
Mobile Me) is running, during Windows startup or shutdown, or even during the installation of the Windows operating system.
Keeping track of when and where your error occurs is a critical piece of information in troubleshooting the problem.
i Cloud data isn’t necessarily at greater risk than it was in Mobile Me, but when you delete it from i Cloud, it’s gone from the source, and recovery is definitely more difficult than it used to be.
After updating the laptop to Mac OS X 10.7 Lion, I opened System Preferences and started the i Cloud migration.
In a few minutes my calendars were back to normal... “This,” I thought to myself, “is bad.” i Cloud Is Not Mobile Me -- Back in the days of Mobile Me, this problem wouldn’t have been that big of a deal. Mac before that) every device was its own authoritative source.
Data was synchronized across all devices, but as anyone who experienced a sync conflict could tell you (which was pretty much ) each device maintained its own data and made its own decisions.
When you "double-click" an EXE file, your computer automatically executes these instructions designed by a software developer (eg. - making it one of the most useful kinds of files in the Windows operating system.
Without executable files like dotmacsyncclient.exe, you wouldn't be able to use any programs on your PC.