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CrashPlan and CrashPlan PRO 3.2

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Code 42 Software has released version 3.2 of its CrashPlan and CrashPlan PRO backup software and online backup service. Most noticeably, an icon has been added to the menu bar that enables you to see the status of inbound and outbound backups (including pause and start capabilities), specify a time period to pause all backups, and open the CrashPlan application. Other new features include an option to pause backups automatically should your laptop run low on battery power; another option to pause backups automatically based on network interface and wireless network connection; and the capability to restore files from another user with either the original file permissions or with your current file permissions. Existing users will automatically receive the update to their client software, and a handful of known issues are being actively addressed. (Free with 30-day online backup trial, 17.8 MB, release notes)

Check out the Take Control ebooks that expand on the topic in this article:

There's more to a solid Mac backup strategy than turning on Time Machine and hoping for the best. In this ebook, backup guru Joe Kissell explains just what you need to know (and no more) to set up easy and reliable backups using Time Machine and other tools that fill in for Time Machine's limitations.

 

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