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SuperDuper! finally makes its way to Leopard


One of the most sought after applications since Leopard was released has finally been updated.

Shirt Pocket’s SuperDuper! backup application received a big update today, with the biggest feature being that it is now Leopard compatible.

For many, SuperDuper! has become somewhat obsolete with Leopard’s Time Machine feature, but other users who would prefer more control over their backups will enjoy the flexibility SuperDuper! offers.

SuperDuper! is free for regular use and $27.95 if you’d like to enable some of the more advanced features.

7 Responses to “SuperDuper! finally makes its way to Leopard”

  1. You forgot to mention, this upgrade, some time in the development, is a FREE upgrade for registered users! As opposed to Time Machine, which I will use also, SD produces a bootable clone.

  2. Thank goodness! While I love Time machine for the “oops, I didn’t mean to do that” type errors, nothing less than SuperDuper’s clone of my MacBook Pro’s HD makes me sure that I’ll be able to resurrect it – or even run it off the cloned external HD for a bit. I’ll sleep easier at night now, for sure.