time Machine It is the simplest and most effective solution backup operating system OS X. Time Machine ensure automatic backup for OS X operating system, applications installed and personal files. Documents, pictures, movies and other files. Once configured hard drive that will be the backup, Time Machine will automatically back up without having to bother at all files on the hard disk of the Mac community.
Configure Time Machine backup on an external hard drive connected to an AirPort Extreme router 802.11ac
1. Formatted hard driveto be visible / recognized by the AirPort Extreme router: How to format an external hard drive or USB Stick on OS X
2. Connect your hard driveexternal to the AirPort Extreme router: How to connect an external hard drive to a router Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station 802.11ac
3. open time Machine and click on "Select Backup Disk”To choose the hard disk to back up.
4. Select the hard diskthe external drive that is connected to the External AirPort router, then click "Use Disk".
5. Introducing password set to the external hard drive. Here depends how you secured when you plugged your hard drive into the router. Whether by username or by password on disk. See tutorial: How to connect an external hard drive to a router Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station 802.11ac
6. Set Time Machine: ON from the left and you can close the application. Time Machine will run in the background and will periodically back up Mac OS X, applications, personal files. Specifically, after completing the first backup, Time Machine will back up every hour, The new files appeared on the system.
It retains (limited space available on the disk backup) Daily backups from last month (The oldest one month being automatically deleted) and weekly backups in recent months. When space on your hard disk backup will reach 100%, Time Machine will automatically delete the oldest backups.