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Old 11-25-2004, 09:13 PM
corlin corlin is offline
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Super-Duper vs Tri-Backup

Corlin here:
Super-Duper vs Tri-Backup

Well I just bought Super, as it seems the easiest way to get my family to backup there Mac's.

I have been using "Tri-Backup" for a few years now, and it has served me well. Yet the rest of my family refuse to use it which means that I become the tech support person on a few non-backed up drives....very scary.

My question is I am used to doing a "Evolutive" backup using Tri-Backup.
which keeps a copy on the destination drive of every revision of all files, not removing a file to replace it with the newest version. What is the "Super-Duper" equivalent?

Now I also keep a bootable partition on an external hard drive in case of a visit by Murphy. Super dose this very well and simple enough for my family to get in the habit of doing so also.

Good work
thanks
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