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I wrote Trash Lock Files because I was fed up in Mac OS X with not being able to delete many locked files in my trash can without having to unlock them all first. Unlike Mac OS 9 where you could hold the option key down while emptying the trash, this does...

Have you ever wanted to find a file that is on a removable disk? Without knowing which disk it is on, you can not use 'Find File', as it needs the real disk to search. Alias Disk allows you to keep removable disks locally on your hard disk in the form of...

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iTar

iTar 1.2

iTar is Cocoa-Applescript a GNU tar frontend: drag & drop files or folders to archive and compress them. It uses Mac OS X built-in GNU tar and adds options like tar format and compression with gzip, bzip2 and UnixCompress.Requirements:Mac OS X 10.4 or...

A basic backup tool for MacOSX and MacOS 9. Does not require .mac accountWhat is new in this release: Universal binary release Fixed problem with crash on PowerPC machines Speed enhancements (especially for Firewire and USB drives) Requirements:Mac OS X...

CreaDMG

CreaDMG 1.7

CreaDMG is a tool for creating disk images: DMG, ISO, sparseimage, etc. Easy to use, supports drag&drop, you can select different image formats, compression, password protection. CreaDMG is a universal binary cocoa/applescript frontend for the shell...

CD Folder Partitioner 2 is build to execute very easily a copy and backup of your data on a set of CDs, DVDs, or disk images. For example, you can copy your "Home" folder (all your documents located in the Users folder), a specifi folder or even a whole...

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Tubby

Tubby 0.6.3

Tubby is a CHM file expander. It opens Combined HTML Help files and outputs their contents in a folder of the same name.What is new in this release: Added Traditional Chinese localization by Nitoc. Changed the about window style. Fixed an issue where...

How much data you lose is up to you. With this automated remote backup software you can protect yourself from losing any data. 95% of businesses are not properly protected from data loss according to the University of Texas. If you lose data 90% of...