TimeMachineEditor lets you adjust the interval at which your Mac's Time Machine makes backups.
The default setup of your Time Machine is to make backups every hour, which is good for safety reasons, but may not necessarily suit you. Thanks to TimeMachineEditor, you can set your own interval, setting something like 12 or even more than 24 hours, if you don't want to have Time Machine working too often.
TimeMachineEditor can also let you set a precise time at which you want to carry out backups. Choose whether you want to be monthly, weekly or daily. You can type in a precise hour and choose the day of the week. TimeMachineEditor is easy to use and great if you want to control your own backups. However don't expect anything more from it. In all, it's a good complement on your Mac if you use Time Machine.
TimeMachineEditor is a specific application to tewak when your Time Machine performs backups.
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