Finally! SuperDuper, the single most valuable utility on my Mac, has been updated to be fully Leopard-compatible.
Apple’s TimeMachine is great, and I’ve had to do a full system restore from it in the past which was a somewhat slow but otherwise completely painless experience. Leopard still has many buglets to be ironed out, so it’s good that it has a superb backup system built-in as well!
But there are few things which can compare with having a complete, bootable copy of your system on a separate drive. When something goes badly wrong, you can be up and running again in minutes.
That’s what SuperDuper does, and does better than anything else. I will sleep more soundly henceforth.
Now my only problem is that my hard drive crashed again this afternoon, about 3 hrs before SuperDuper was released. Ah well…