How to enable full disk access?
If you are using macOS Mojave (10.14) or later and have one of our apps installed, we advise you to enable Full Disk Access on your Mac to make sure the apps run at their best.
Full disk access permission is a privacy feature introduced in macOS Mojave (10.14) that prevents particular apps from accessing your important data, such as Mail, Messages, TimeMachine, and Safari files. This means that you have to manually allow certain apps to access these protected areas of your Mac. This new security system may slow down the reading and writing process of your apps, which can be problematic if you require high performance.
To activate this option for a specific app, you need to open System Preferences and open the Security & Privacy section.
Then, choose the Privacy section as well as the Full Disk Access option. Finally, unlock the lock at the bottom left and activate the option for your application by clicking on the button in front of the application icon.
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