For cost reasons, we might buy a new Mac with a smaller drive than the one we’re replacing. If your current Mac has more data stored than the capacity of the new one, you are probably feeling stuck. But you can strategize how to make this transition work.
When planning the transition, I highly recommend trying to keep at least 50GB free on a 256GB drive and 100GB on 512GB and larger drives.
Here’s how to reduce your storage requirements before migration.
Enable iCloud Photos and set Photos (in Photos> Preferences> iCloud) to store only optimized versions of your images. This results in you not having the ability to …
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