SuperDuper Tuesday!

Finally! SuperDuper v2.5 has been released. What’ the big deal you ask?

SuperDuper is the best software on the Mac for making a fully bootable backup from a FireWire drive. Unfortunately v2.4 of SuperDuper wasn’t fully compatible with Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard). I’ve been living without backups for over a month, waiting patiently for v2.5 to be released. Not a good thing when your livelihood depends on your data and backups.

At the moment, the SuperDuper website is running super slow. A lot of people have been waiting for this update and now they’re downloading it.

Apple’s Time Machine is great but what happens if your boot drive dies? You’d have to spend a full day reinstalling the system and possibly all of your applications. James Duncan Davidson has a great article on Restoring From Time Machine if you’re not feeling the SuperDuper love.

Posted in OS X Software at 11:03 AM