|Created on||2019-09-06 00:03:42|
|Files||Carbon_Copy_Cloner_5.1.11_5795.dmg (34.19 MB)|
Introducing Carbon Copy Cloner 5: The smarter, easier CCC. The first bootable backup solution for the Mac is better than ever. When disaster strikes your hard disk, you can boot from your backup and keep working. Troubleshoot the problem disk when you have time to spare.
When disaster strikes your hard disk, you can boot from your backup and keep working. Troubleshoot the problem disk when you have time to spare.
Update only the files that have been added or modified.
Create a backup on your external drive, or back up your files to another Macintosh.
New in Carbon Copy Cloner 5
Snapshot Support [NEW]
Bring back files that you thought you’d lost forever! CCC can capture all your files exactly as they are in a moment in time. Restore files you accidentally deleted, or turn back the clock on your whole computer. CCC is the only bootable backup solution that has full support for snapshots on Apple’s new APFS filesystem.
Task Grouping and Sorting [NEW]
Collect your tasks into groups to visually organize them. Run a group of tasks with a single click, or schedule a group all at once. Tasks can also be sorted by name, exit status, last run date, next run date, or manually.
Task Scheduling [Update]
CCC can back up your data hourly, daily, weekly, monthly, or whenever you connect to your backup drive. You can tell CCC to back up only on weekdays, weekends, or only during certain times of day. You can also craft a more sophisticated backup strategy with task chaining and scheduled task groups.
Smarter Safety Net [Update]
Create a bootable clone of your hard drive, but also keep copies of your recently deleted and changed files — just in case. SafetyNet is smarter than ever: if you run out of space during a backup, CCC can free up space automatically and resume your backup.
Menu Bar App [Update]
Keep tabs on currently running backup tasks, create a new task, or run a scheduled task.
Guided Setup and Restore [NEW]
If you boot your Mac from a CCC backup, CCC will open and offer to help you with a guided restore. In the guided restore, CCC will create a new restore task, select the startup disk as the source, then present coaching tips that guide you through selecting the destination and (optionally) excluding items from the restore task.
Need help getting yourself oriented? Can’t remember where to find something? Handy interface tips are a click away!
Cloning Coach [NEW]
We’re backup experts and we want to help you craft a reliable and functional backup strategy. We’ve built over 15 years of experience into CCC’s Cloning Coach, which proactively alerts you to configuration concerns about your tasks and offers helpful advice on how to address those concerns. Even better, our professional support team is just a click away in the Cloning Coach window if you have questions or concerns about what to do.
Task Outlook [NEW]
CCC 5’s task groups makes coordinating the schedules of multiple tasks easy with an upcoming tasks outlook chart. Grouped tasks can be scheduled individually, or you can run all of the tasks sequentially by scheduling the group.
Advanced File Filtering [NEW]
Excluding a folder or two from a backup task has always been trivial with CCC, and now it’s even easier to precisely define what should and should not be backed up. You can also now visualize the effects of custom filter rules, and now CCC will report how much data is going to be backed up. A QuickLook panel shows you a preview of your files, and you can sort your file list based on name, size, or modification date.
Simplified Remote Mac Setup [Update]
The setup procedure for backing up to a remote Macintosh has been greatly simplified. SafetyNet pruning is now available for remote Mac destinations, and CCC can now show you the content of a remote Mac source. Remote Mac backups have never been simpler!
Task History Trends [NEW]
Our new trend chart shows how your tasks are performing over time, and how many files/how much data gets copied each time your task runs.
Backup Health Check [Update]
Have you ever worried that your backup might fail when you need it? CCC has you covered. CCC can run a special monthly or weekly corruption check to identify damaged files in your backup – and automatically replace them.
Other Goodies [NEW]
The bundled ccc command line application allows pros to incorporate CCC backup tasks into larger and more complex workflows. Pre- and postflight scripts bring that same level of customization into existing CCC task workflows. Task and individual task filters can be imported and exported, allowing you to manage exclusion lists across tasks and to duplicate tasks to other Macs. A visual disk usage indicator shows you the space remaining on your destination volume, and CCC’s menubar application can now check for updates without CCC being open.
- Yosemite (10.10), El Capitan (10.11), Sierra (10.12), or High Sierra (10.13).
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What’s New in Carbon Copy Cloner 5.1.11 (5795)
- An issue in which you’d be prevented from backing up to a new disk image stored on the startup disk.
- The “Open Disk Utility” and “Open Terminal” menu items in the Utilities menu for Catalina users.
- Fixed some quirky behavior of the email password text field in the Preferences window.
- An edge case in which CCC would errantly report that it was unable to bless the destination because it’s in the same APFS container as the current startup disk.
- A couple errant Cloning Coach messages.
- A race condition that could cause the CCC User Agent to lost its connection to CCC’s privileged helper tool after applying an update to CCC. This would lead to an empty task list in the CCC menubar, a lack of task started/finished notifications, and a failure to present the mini task progress window.
- An issue in which CCC would not create the APFS helper partitions on an APFS destination when restoring from an HFS volume, resulting in a non-bootable volume.
- Relaxed the restriction related to cloning a newer OS than what the Mac is currently booted from. CCC issues a warning, indicates clearly that the destination may not be bootable, but now you’re welcome to proceed in this scenario if you have a particular need to create a non-bootable backup of the source system.