If you often work with USB sticks or similar, I’m sure that on more than one occasion you asked yourself how to unmount a disk on Mac. It is something that we usually do not pay attention to, since we tend to disconnect it in any way; but that should not be done, since you could lose the files.
Unmount a disk on Mac
In this tutorial we will see how to disassemble a hard drive on Mac, that is, how to remove the drive. In this way, you will learn to remove it in the correct and safe way, to avoid undue access and also so that it does not “break” and you lose the content.
Because although we usually tend to be fast and insert and remove discs without removing them safely, it is important to stop and dedicate those two seconds (because you will not need more time).
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So if you are worried and want to start doing things right from this moment, you should know that these are the steps to follow to disassemble a Mac disk :
- Insert a disk in your Mac (for example a USB)
- Go to the Finder
- You will see a new disc appear (in Locations)
- Click on the ” eject ” icon that you will see on the right and it will automatically dismount.
It’s that easy to disassemble a disk on Mac ! You will only have to follow these 4 steps.
You see that it is a quick and simple procedure; It will not take you even two seconds. It’s as easy as putting yourself next to the disk in question and, when that icon appears that is like “eject”, click to automatically remove it from your computer.
Once it has been ginned, you can remove it safely; without being afraid of losing the files.
In addition, it works for any type of disc; whether it is a USB memory or any other type of removable storage device.
We hope it has helped you to know how to disassemble a disk on Mac. You can ask us your questions in the comments or any problem you have about it. We do not want you to lose your files or that you run out of disk! So listen to the recommendations.
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