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Carbon Copy Cloner 3.3 preserves HFS+ compression data

updated 02:20 am EDT, Fri September 25, 2009

Update makes app Snow Leopard compatible

Bombich Software has released v3.3 of his flagship application, Carbon Copy Cloner, which is used to backup a users' files. The latest version supports Mac OS X Snow Leopard and preserves HFS+ filesystem compression data during backups. The backup process is enhanced to better save a large number of files with extended attributes and features a "bootability" notification that informs users when a target volume's disk is not partitioned with the Apple-recommended GUID or APM partition scheme.

The update additionally fixes various bugs in which the source and target menus would not be properly updates and features numerous small enhancements. Carbon Copy Cloner 3.3 requires Mac OS X 10.4.8 and is available from the Bombich website for free.

by MacNN Staff





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