SuperDuper 2.9 Mac Torrent

By | August 9, 2017

SuperDuper 2.9 Mac Torrent Crack Free Download. SuperDuper! is an advanced, yet easy to use disk copying program. It can, of course, make a straight copy, or “clone” — useful when you want to move all your data from one machine to another or do a simple backup. In moments, you can completely duplicate your boot drive to another drive, partition, or image file.

SuperDuper 2.9 Mac Torrent Crack Free Download

Clones for safety. To ensure you can safely roll back a system after the unexpected occurs. With a few clicks, you can easily “checkpoint” your system, preserving your computer’s critical applications and files while you run on a working, bootable copy. If anything goes wrong, just reboot to the original. When you do, your current Documents, Music, Pictures — even iSync data — are available! You can get back to work immediately.

Clones for industry! SuperDuper has enough features to satisfy the advanced user, too. Its simple-but-powerful Copy Script feature allows complete control of exactly what files get copied, ignored, even aliased (“soft linked” for the Unix inclined) from one drive to another.

What’s New in Version 2.9 (97):
・Improved bootability of RAID clones
・Add application preference to ignore copy errors induced by Antivirus programs
・Schedules now enable Backup on connect for SoftRAID volumes
・Restored dyld cache rebuild after copy for 10.8 and later
・The Mac App Store will now operate properly when running from a Sandbox
・Scheduled Copies window sort order is preserved between launches
・Disk Image Save Panel defaults to Sparse Bundle image type
・Hard linked files made invalid in 10.10.3 will be now be copied instead of failing due to a link permission error
・Fixed the long-standing upgrade animation bug that prevented the full update text from being visible (note:you won’t experience the fix until the next auto upgrade)
・Fixed intermittent beachballs during launch
・Fixed numerous UI issues/edge-cases
・Eliminated exceptions that occasionally caused crashes during launch