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AutoCat

AutoCat 3.0.8

AutoCat is a very intuitive software for keeping track of your MP3s, videos, pictures, any kind of files on your CDs, or any kind of disks, by using aliases. You navigate through your catalog with the best interface: there is no interface! You just use...

Autorender is a simple but powerfull batch render monitor developed for the users of Maya. You can set up your list with all the files you need to render and AutoRender will take care of them. So, you can enjoy to do something else (or even work at...

AutoTyper

AutoTyper 1.4.5

AutoTyper is a drag & drop utility to fix type and creator codes of files you have downloaded from the internet or non-MacOS file systems. When you drop a file on AutoTyper it examines the file name extension and fixes the file's type and creator...

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B1 Free Archiver is a 100% free compression tool for Mac as well as Windows, Android and Linux. It works with most popular formats - rar, zip, 7z as well as its own b1 format. B1 Free Archiver is very handy - most actions are performed in 2-3 clicks. Its...

Bac4mac

Bac4mac 1.0.3

Bac4mac is a simple piece of software by C Smith Software that allows you to back up files and folders from your Mac hard drive to another place (usually on an external drive). When Bac4mac caries out a backup, it does not create any strange 'image'...

Back-In-Time

Back-In-Time 4.0.2 updated

Back-In-Time has Transcend Time Machine restoration possibilities. Back-In-Time offers an easy access to all the data backed up by Time Machine. Features that you can do with Back-In-Time only: Show how many versions of each document are available, and...

Backaroo

Backaroo 0.1.2

Backaroo is a backup system for Apple Mac computers. Backaroo comprises of two applications: a 'server utility' and a 'client utility'. Install the server utility onto the machine which will store your backups. Install the client utility onto all the...

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BackCheck

BackCheck 1.2.0

Once upon a day, there was a backup program called RetroView. A man called John Doe used it each day. RetroView was simply great. One day, John Doe's hard disk crashed and he prepared to restore his valuable files. Thus, he started RetroView's restore...