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post Aug 24 2017, 02:16 PM
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Adding new features as well as High Sierra compatibility, Carbon Copy Cloner 5 is now available for download. A discounted upgrade price is available as well.


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post Aug 25 2017, 10:56 AM
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Thanks for the heads up. I updated and it ran just fine yesterday.


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post Aug 25 2017, 11:13 AM
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I'm usually an early adopter, but I'll wait a while on this one because of all the cautions Bombich Software has posted.


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post Aug 25 2017, 12:17 PM
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QUOTE(jwboyd @ Aug 25 2017, 09:13 AM) *
I'm usually an early adopter, but I'll wait a while on this one because of all the cautions Bombich Software has posted.

Where are these cautions?


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post Aug 25 2017, 01:56 PM
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Not sure what the cautions are/were. Mr. Bombich has complained that Apple has extremely meager technical details published about High Sierra (10.13), at least about the new file system. He feels it is dangerously close to its release and Apple has not provided developers as much technical info as they usually have. He says CCC can already red/write/clone files to APFS, but that is not because he has details about the new format.

No problems here as far as the latest upgrade goes. Working nicely on two different machines. :thumbsup:


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post Aug 25 2017, 04:21 PM
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Bombich's cautions do, indeed, have more to do with the new file system in High Sierra than with CCC. They also said their server was overwhelmed at first, and that if we could wait a few days please do so. And my hesitancy is exacerbated by some personal issues that have nothing to do with computers (my sixth eye surgery, shopping for a car to replace a ten-year-old one that's giving me lots of grief, and trying to learn how to use a new TomTom that's far different than my old obsolete one).

I do look forward to using CCC 5 when I can get around to downloading it.

Good thoughts to all my TS friends.

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post Aug 25 2017, 07:18 PM
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I hope your eye surgery goes perfectly and it lets you see everything better!

No need to get training on TomTom, your new car will probably have a Navigation System. Heck, you could even forgo the eye surgery if you get a Tesla! Just tell it where you want to go and hold on!! scram.gif


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post Aug 25 2017, 08:25 PM
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Thanks, Jim!

My vision is considerably better now. It was a YAG laser capsulotomy. Maybe I'll even pass the vision test when my drivers license renewal comes up.

Brought home a Chrysler Pacifica on Wednesday, same day as my eye operation. It does not have navigation, nor is it self-driving.

Maybe I don't even need to learn how to use my new TomTom. Lots of people tell me where to go and how to get there.

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