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The drives can also be reformatted for use with Mac OS X, configured in RAID 1 for data redundancy, or in JBOD to use each drive individually.
WD has outfitted this array with two USB 3.0 ports which have data transfer speeds up to 5 Gb/s, while also being backwards compatible with USB 2.0 at speeds up to 480 Mb/s.
For those who are concerned about drive security, this RAID array is equipped with AES 256-bit encryption.
The My Book Duo is well suited for tasks such as high-capacity external storage and backup.
It operates using 100-240 VAC at 47-63 Hz and includes WD Smart Ware, WD Drive Utilities, and WD Security software, as well as a USB cable, and an AC adapter. Use the default performance mode (RAID 0) for faster data transfers and maximum capacity.
With safe mode (RAID 1), half the capacity is used to store your data and the other half is used for a duplicate copy offering twice the data protection.
You can also format this in JBOD to use the drives individually.
i Tunes doesn’t make it entirely easy to change the location of your media or set it up to share between computers.
Many people struggle with duplicate files, or with i Tunes being unable to find the location of your music after moving it around.
In this how-to guide, I’ll look at moving your i Tunes library to a different location on your own computer, restoring from your i Pod, and how to set up your i Tunes library to stay in sync with the other Macs in your household.
Your i Tunes library sits, by default, in your Music folder inside your Home Folder.