Carbon Copy Cloner v3.0 ist out!

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  1. Habakuk macrumors 6502a

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    Official website:
    http://www.bombich.com/software/ccc.html

    I have the previous version of the OS X cloning tool (making bootable copies of the operating system on external drives and vice versa) and it is very reliable. From the help file (colored):

    Carbon Copy Cloner 3 was completely rebuilt with a new suite of features to meet the growing needs of Mac OS X users. In addition to the fast disk-to-disk cloning, CCC is now a full-featured backup utility as well.

    Among the new features in CCC 3 are:

    Support for block-level disk-to-disk clones.

    Synchronization built-in, not bolted on.

    Support for backing up across the network to another Macintosh.

    Advanced scheduling capabilities -- choose what days to run your backups and how frequently they should run. You can also defer a backup if it starts at an inopportune time.

    Now you can create a scheduled task that backs up your data whenever you attach a specific hard drive or iPod.

    The ability to drill down into folders to select exactly what gets copied and what doesn't (you can drill down indefinitely).

    A more responsive interface and the ability to stop the clone.

    More accurate feedback during the clone.

    The ability to pick up where a previously aborted backup task left off.

    More information about your volumes are available within the CCC interface.
     

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  2. wrldwzrd89 macrumors G5

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    Wow, this looks amazing! Is it a Universal Binary? If it is I'm definitely going to be recommending this thing again... SuperDuper! just got a run for its money, I think.;)

    I'm a SuperDuper! user but I might just switch back to CCC now that it has exact disk-to-disk copy, a feature I've not seen in any Mac backup/cloning program before.
     

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