unArchive - Backing up data that is important to you is a step that ALL computer users should practice as much as possible
Version: 0.1.1bIf you do not UNDERSTAND what this software does, DO NOT ATTEMPT TO USE IT. Please consult the included manual for instruction on use of the software. Read The Full Manual before attempting use.
Operating System: Mac OS X
Backing up data that is important to you is a step that ALL computer users should practice as much as possible.
In the event of system faillure, the importance of having stuff backed up is tremendous. When attempting to re-install system software, or repair damaged system software on your computer, I recommend backing up anything that is of importance to you.
This may include all of your data, or one file. You should take the initiaitive to backup any important data to anoter piece of media before attempting to use unArchive, or any system disk utility for that matter. As a Macintosh Service Technician, I have seen data loss occur, when it could have been easily prevented had the user taken a few minutes of their time to preserve information.
Here are some key features of "unArchive":
unArchive has two functions:
· Archive (moving a Mac OS X system into a folder, for removal, or partial re-installation)
· unArchive (moving an archived Mac OS X system from a Previous Systems folder, back into the root of that drive).
· Mac OS X 10.2 and higher
· Another hard drive or computer with Mac OS X 10.2is required to complete the unArchive function.