Pocket Software — developers of PocketNotes and PocketDock — today noted the release of
PocketBackup 1.0, a simple personal backup system for Mac OS X. The software is downloadable immediately and costs US$20 to register.
PocketBackup uses a three-step process: You select your files to backup, select a destination drive, and click on the “Backup” button. Backups can be saved to Mac standard disk images or burned to standard CD-RWs as well.
Other features include the ability to auto-mount AppleTalk volumes and other network drives, time backups, as well as recording and tracking of previously made backups.
Pocket Software offers PocketBackup 1.0 as a 30-day trial version downloadable now. System requirements call for Mac OS X or Mac OS X Server 2.0. In addition to the separate download, PocketBackup is available as a bundle with other Pocket Software applications — visit the Web site for more details.
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