SuperDuper! 3.7

Advanced, yet easy to use disk copying program.
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SuperDuper! is a powerful, but easy-to-use Mac application that helps you create bootable backups of your files and volumes in a very simple manner. This piece of software can prove to be very useful if you want to keep all of your data safe and, along with the standard Time Machine, will take care of all of your backup needs.

In order to create a backup with the help of SuperDuper! you simply select the desired volume, storage location and choose either one of the standard copy scripts or create a custom one in a simple manner.
In addition to this, you can set this application to repair permissions of the selected volume before copying, select what action to perform after the backup process is completed (shut down, restart, quit SuperDuper!, etc.) or you can even run shell scripts before and after the process.

Using SuperDuper! is very easy, mostly due to the friendly and simple interface that it comes with and helpful information system that this application puts at your disposal will let you know exactly what will happen after each modification that you might have performed. Furthermore, if you want to automatically create the backup at a specific time, SuperDuper! provides you with an intuitive scheduler to help you out.

All in all, if you are ever in need of a simple and efficient Mac application that helps you create backups of your files and volumes in just a few easy steps, then SuperDuper! is a good choice.

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Review summary


  • Friendly and intuitive interface
  • Very easy to use
  • Can create backups of entire volumes


  • Might take a long time to create the backup

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It worked under OS X 10.6. But the version for OS X 10.4 did not create a bootable clone!

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