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Discussion in 'New Mac Application Announcements' started by nuckinfutz, Mar 14, 2003.
Sounds cool ...if it works right.
Sounds like a good investment.
Of course it could turn out to ruin systems instead of save them, but if this is as good as it sounds, $50 is a bargain price for this software. I may give it a shot.
Is this related to Carbon Copy Cloner?
If it is I say great because that piece of software has saved my pitiful once Norton using self in a very big way and caused absolutely no problems.
If it's fast and stable I'll buy it. But if it turns out to be another slow dinosauric monster, forget it.
If anyone has a chance to see this in action, please send me a PM.
Why the hell has Norton, once a must-have application, turned out to be so useless over recent years?
It's very distressing that we don't have a dependable version that doesn't mess up OS 9 or OS X.
Ok, I have a question about this program. I checked the website, and I'm having trouble discerning what exactly it does. I mean I know it makes a copy of your hd, but can't you just create a disk image manually and achieve the same thing? Just wondering if I'd missed the point. Please let me know if I'm just overlooking something really cool.
Because X doesn't need much help from anyone. 9 needed more help then humanly possible. So I think that explains the last few years from Norton.