TrueDisc... If you backup your files to optical disc, you know how fragile those backups really are. Scratches, labels, even age or poor manufacturing can make those discs unreadable within months.
A master copy contains extra information that allows TrueDisc to replace damaged parts of the file. To make a master copy, TrueDisc splits your file up into small parts, called cells. TrueDisc then adds specially-crafted redundant cells. Together, your file's original cells and the redundant cells make up the "master copy."
When you want to copy a file back off disc, TrueDisc reads the master copy. If any of the
- TrueDisc now handles read errors better, preventing a potential crash.
- On a restore failure, TrueDisc now removes the partially-restored file.
- Eliminated Sparkle's 'double dialog' problem on fresh installations of TrueDisc.
RequirementsMac OS X 10.2.8 or later
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