Zac Hall. When macOS Mojave is released later this fall, the operating system update will drop support for the Back to My Mac iCloud feature that lets you network with other Macs remotely.
Back to My Mac has been absent in macOS Mojave developer and public betas, and Apple details the transition in a support document dated earlier this month. Back to My Mac is an iCloud feature that lets you set up a network of Mac computers that you can access remotely. Use your remote Mac just like you were sitting in front of it. You can use your local mouse and keyboard to open applications and edit documents on your remote Mac.
Learn how to use Apple Remote Desktop. Access files across your devices with iCloud Drive When you turn on iCloud Drive, your files automatically upload to iCloud, where they're safely stored and available on all of your devices.
Access your other Mac with screen sharing If you have multiple Macs, screen sharing lets you use one Mac to view and control your other Mac remotely. Manage your Mac remotely with Apple Remote Desktop If you have more than one Mac, Apple Remote Desktop also lets you run apps and work with files that are on your other Mac, even if you're in another location. Published Date: Wed Oct 17 Yes No.
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