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Old 05-08-2008, 11:12 AM
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So maybe I just let little things bother me too much, but as I was searching the net for a PC equivalent to SD!, I came across this thread...

http://forums.dealmac.com/read.php?5,2595575,2596029

Now is it just me, or does this bother anyone else? To my knowledge, there is not a single PC equivalent that actually makes a complete bootable copy of your hard drive - without having to boot from a CD or just making an image file. SD! lets you view the contents of the drive and it's bootable - it's a mere clone of the drive. Now, the guy on this thread is acting like Acronis or Norton Ghost is simply just as good as SD! and that Mac people have their "heads in the sand." What bothers me is that he's saying the guy only wished there was a PC equivalent as "cheap" as SD! However, regardless of price, there still isn't an equivalent and no one set that guy straight. I considered replying, yet I realized this thread is almost 2 years old.

Why does this bother me so much? Maybe I'm crazy. Just thought I'd share.
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