SuperDuper's full, 60 page User's Guide is available for download. Unanswered questions? Contact us
SuperDuper v3.1 requires Mavericks (macOS 10.9) or later, and is High Sierra (macOS 10.13) compatible with both HFS+ and APFS volumes.
Mountain Lion (10.8) users can download v2.9.2, Lion (10.7) users can download v2.8, Tiger (10.4), Leopard (10.5) and Snow Leopard (10.6) users can download v2.7.1, Jaguar (macOS 10.2) users can download v1.5.5, and Panther (macOS 10.3) users can download v2.1.4, the last releases available for those older versions of macOS.
Please note that SuperDuper! is not designed to back up to CDs, DVDs or Tape, and needs a location (other than the boot volume) to store the backup - typically a volume on an internal or external (FireWire, USB2, USB3 or Thunderbolt) drive. SuperDuper! only copies APFS (Apple File System) and HFS+ (Mac OS Extended) volumes.
Note also that USB drives do not allow booting Power PC based Macintoshes under any version of macOS: this is not a SuperDuper! limitation, but one of the OS. If you would like to boot from a backup stored on an external drive, and have a Power PC based Mac, please purchase a Mac compatible FireWire drive for Power PC Macs. Intel Mac users can boot from USB 2, USB 3, Thunderbolt or FireWire drives.
Like all Shirt Pocket products, SuperDuper has been carefully designed, tested and implemented to ensure an excellent user experience. But should you have a problem, our technical support is free!
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Check out our white paper that describes how SuperDuper can be used to test multiple versions of an operating system (or anything else that requires system isolation). This methodology is great for ADC members and other "seed" sites!
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We've also got a brief white paper describing how SuperDuper can be used to quickly defragment your system.
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