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Old 02-11-2021, 03:36 PM
xrsteve xrsteve is offline
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My Experience: A back up limited to a subset of "user files"
My Set Up: Late 2014 MacBook Pro (Intel) and Big Sur 11.2

I used "AppCleaner" to remove SuperDuper 3.3.1 and all associate files -- I didn't want there to be any confusion in my Applications folder.

From the Shirt-Pocket home page, I followed Dave's instructions and installed version 3.2.5. I wanted to register v.3.2.5 at Shirt-Pocket.com, but had already deleted its serial number and the purchase confirmation email. Dave advised me to use the serial number from v.3.1.1 -- this worked seamlessly.

In my experience, v.3.2.5 ran completely as expected.

Using a custom script, I successfully used Smart Update to back up my personal Desktop, Documents and Downloads folders to a couple of 32GB USB3.0 thumb drives. (One thumb drive stays with me, and the other stays in a drawer.)

P.S. My last back up of "all files" (to an external thunderbolt HDD) was done under the Catalina OS. I have not yet attempted to back up "all files" under Big Sur, but will do so after applying the 11.2.1 macOS update. Good luck.
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