SuperDuper! is an advanced, yet easy to use disk copying program. It can, of course, make a straight copy, or "clone" -- useful when you want to move all your data from one machine to another, or do a simple backup. In moments, you can completely duplicate your boot drive to another drive, partition, or image file.
Clones for safety. To ensure you can safely roll back a system after the unexpected occurs. With a few clicks, you can easily "checkpoint" your system, preserving your computer's critical applications and files while you run on a working, bootable copy. If anything goes wrong, just reboot to the original. When you do, your current Documents, Music, Pictures -- even iSync data -- are available! You can get back to work immediately.
Clones for industry! SuperDuper has enough features to satisfy the advanced user, too. Its simple-but-powerful Copy Script feature allows complete control of exactly what files get copied, ignored, even aliased ("soft linked" for the Unix inclined) from one drive to another.
- Mac OS X El Capitan compatibility. Note that you must delete and recreate your schedules if they’re from 2.7.5 or earlier.
- Faster Startup. The rare “beachballing” issue at startup is fixed.
- UI Improvements. Various little resizing glitches should be resolved.
- Antivirus Program Compatibility. SuperDuper will now ignore (and log) “permission denied” errors from Antivirus programs.
- Various other fixes and improvements. You know the drill.
- Enhancements and bug fixes:
- Improved bootability of RAID clones
- Add application preference to ignore copy errors induced by Antivirus programs
- Schedules now enable Backup on connect for SoftRAID volumes
- Restored dyld cache rebuild after copy for 10.8 and later
- The Mac App Store will now operate properly when running from a Sandbox
- Scheduled Copies window sort order is preserved between launches
- Disk Image Save Panel defaults to Sparse Bundle image type
- Hard linked files made invalid in 10.10.3 will be now be copied instead of failing due to a link permission error
- Fixed the long-standing upgrade animation bug that prevented the full update text from being visible (note: you won't experience the fix until the next auto upgrade)
- Fixed intermittent beachballs during launch
- Fixed numerous UI issues/edge-cases
- Eliminated exceptions that occasionally caused crashes during launch