has announced the release of two applications developed to support Mac OS X: its backup utility Tri-BACKUP 3.01, and its file and picture cataloger Tri-CATALOG 5.01. The two applications have now been Carbonized to run natively under Mac OS X.
The new version of Tri-BACKUP offers an “Immediate Actions” mode which facilitates an immediate backup, restoration and synchronization, or compares two different folders. It has also incorporated the “Evolutive Mirror Backup” mode, which saves the entire content of a disk with its changes, including the structure of each folder and recent versions of each modified document. “Thanks to this function, you can revert any document (or a whole disk) to a previous state,” according to the developer.
Tri-BACKUP 3.01 is available for US$49, $29 if you’re upgrading from older versions. It runs on Mac OS 8.6 or higher, including Mac OS X. The new versions of both applications are free for registered users of Tri-BACKUP 3.
Tri-CATALOG 5.01 supports new picture formats, and offers two new picture display modes — by thumbnails or by list. There’s a new preview palette, new export options, HTML export for the file and picture list, and a “standard” or “read only” mode.
Tri-CATALOG 5.01 also works with Mac OS 8.6 or higher, including Mac OS X. It carries a $99 registration fee and costs $69 to upgrade from older versions. The 5.01 update is free for registered Tri-CATALOG 5 users.