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Data Backup 3.0.4 brings Leopard compatibility

updated 12:45 am EST, Thu December 13, 2007

Data Backup for Leopard

Prosoft Engineering recently announced Leopard support in Data Backup 3.0.4, a simple, full-featured backup utility. Originally released on March 27th, Data Backup 3.0 brought a number of improvements and changes over v2.0, taking advantage of services that are resident in Mac OS X 10.4 Tiger and 10.5 Leopard, allowing for quicker backups. CD and DVD backups were also improved, allowing large sessions or large singular files to be burned across multiple disks. Users can also make multiple copies of a backup, and leave the process unattended in a multi-disc situation if they have a sufficient number of burners. Data Backup 3 is available directly from Prosoft, and through retail stores nationwide, for $60

"Data Backup 3 offers a lot of features that Time MachineŽ from AppleŽ has left out," said Greg Brewer, president of Prosoft. "Many Mac users are finding that they want more features and more control over how they back up their data, and Data Backup 3 is the perfect choice for them." 

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