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Backup focused on simplicity and reliability

Mac Backup Guru version 4.0 (newest version) provides a simple and reliable bootable backup solution.
Mac Backup Guru provides bootable backup, normal backup, and sync following this philosophy which you will see in its design pattern. If want solid functionality over bells and whistles, this was designed for you.

Mac Backup Guru has 4 main functions: Direct Cloning, Synchronization, and Incremental Snapshots.
All of them can handle anything from small amounts of files & data to massive amounts.

Pricing

In a very special, LIMITED TIME OFFER, you can get Mac Backup Guru for the unbelievably low price of only $5! This killer app is 87% off from the listed price of $39! Take our word for it…you’re going to want to snatch this app up RIGHT NOW because it’s going to sell out quickly!

Mac Backup Guru 4 Features

  • Simple and easy to use
  • Accurately backs up files
  • Performs 3 main functions: Direct Cloning, Synchronization, and Incremental Snapshots
  • It’s a first of its kind in the sense that it implements copy & paste in the contextual menu in the Finder, and it goes faster than a Finder copy.
  • The incremental backup stores versioned backups of your drive in a hierarchy you can browse in the Finder and uses hardlinks so that it uses hardly any space. (allows you to store dozens of snapshots of your drive to go back in time)
  • Not your traditional backup utility

Mac Backup Guru 4 Highlights

Direct Cloning:

Make an exact duplicate of a folder or disk, fast.
Although we typically just use drag & drop for simple folder copies in the Finder, when we want to make a copy of something that is more complex, that simply won’t do. Did you ever try to copy your System folder for example? That won’t work. It will even struggle with large folders with lots of files in it, and the copies are not resumable if you have to restart them. That is fine, it is not designed for that.
If you want to make reliable and exact duplicates of anything you can throw at it, this is the way to do it. It will be happy backing up petabytes of data, or complex folder hierarchies with arcane filesystem metadata, permissions, and ACL’s set, and reproduce an exact, indistinguishable, duplicate.

Synchronization

If you already have a partial backup (for example, an out-of-date previously made clone, or even just a Finder copy between two folders) you can use Synchronization to create a clone faster than creating it from scratch.
The beauty of this Synchronization in this case is that by using it the result is indistinguishable from an originally-made clone, it’s as good as a brand new clone, but it only copies the files are different between the source and destination.
It also moves any files that are present on the destination and not in the source to the trash, besides protecting the first (root) directory of the destination.
This allows you to have, for example, a bootable external disk which you also use for storage of other miscellaneous items. Since the root of the destination is protected from removing any items, anything else you are storing on that external will not be affected by any Syncs to that destination disk.

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Incremental Snapshots

If you are working with your files and you make a mistake, you don’t want that mistake to be automatically reflected in your backups, but at the same time you do want to preserve the latest work you have done. So how can we preserve the good without also preserving the bad?
The answer to this is Snapshots.

By selecting Snapshots, Mac Backup Guru will employ some wizardry whereby you can fit a full apparent clone of your disk which contains 500GB of data and 1 million files in as little as 3GB, instead of the usual 500GB that would usually be needed. This will appear and act as an exact clone in every way.

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Even if you Get Info on it using the Finder it will tell you that it’s taking up 500GB of space. But because underneath the surface it is using hardlinks to the last backup that it made, it’s actually only storing fresh copies of the files that have been changed since the previous time a backup was made, and the rest are hardlinks to the previous backup.

The upshot of this is that you can store around 150 copies of your startup drive with 500GB and 1 million files on it on your backup drive with 700GB free, instead of the 1.5 copies you could store with traditional backup software.

There is no need to be afraid of deleting the old backups when you are sure you will not be wanting them again, because when you do the hardlinks will automatically be redirected to the next copy of the data.

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Everything gets handled automatically, and all you really need to know is that for all intents and purposes the Snapshots are just like direct copies, with the only practical difference being that it is a lot faster to make them, and they take up around 200 times less space.

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Terms and Conditions

  • This is digital software that is instantly downloadable upon purchase and a license key to activate the application.
  • License is good for up to 5 computers owned by one person.
  • Compatible with Mac OS X OS X 10.7 or higher – 64 bit processor

Pricing

In a very special, LIMITED TIME OFFER, you can get Mac Backup Guru for the unbelievably low price of only $5! This killer app is 87% off from the listed price of $39! Take our word for it…you’re going to want to snatch this app up RIGHT NOW because it’s going to sell out quickly!