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Madison_mac reviewed on 16 Feb 2014
I'm having problems getting the "Send Force Quit" to work. Anyone else have this problem?
[Version 8.8.5]


Madison_mac reviewed on 03 Jun 2013
Does anyone have version 3.4.1 or earlier (that will run on OS X 10.4 Tiger)? I accidentally deleted my copy and Crashplan for 10.4 yesterday on my G5 (I need to run OS 9 classic). Crashplan support won't give me another copy of the installer that will run on 10.4 Tiger.
[Version 3.5.3]


Madison_mac reviewed on 02 Jun 2013
Just purchased this since the demo worked great. Easy to use.
[Version 2.2.8]


Madison_mac reviewed on 29 Dec 2012
The 'restore' speed can be slow - but I think it depends on what the Crashplan servers can handle.

My download internet speed is 20MB/sec, but when I restore 200GB from crashplan, the restore download speed is around 1.5MB/sec (at least for the last few days it has been).

Not sure if they purposely throttle or maybe they are just overloaded.
[Version 3.4.1]


Madison_mac reviewed on 15 Dec 2012
I ran the installer on my 10.8.2 machine, restarted, but no change - no color sidebar icons.


Madison_mac reviewed on 20 Nov 2012
I just started using Postbox and I am liking it.

Does have a bug or two (sometimes won't quit correctly).

I wish it had some sort of technical support - via email.
[Version 3.0.6]


Madison_mac reviewed on 22 Oct 2012
I'm going to skip this new version mostly because I am not a heavy BusyCal user currently and $30 is too much for the little I use it.

If it were less money I probably would buy it just to support the developer and show my support for the software.
[Version 2.0]


Madison_mac reviewed on 19 Sep 2012
I'm not really liking this new Skitch by Evernote.

Seems like it has one or two preferences.

Remember the good old days when you could go to:

->Clipboard Format = direct link
->After Share = autocopy link
[Version 2.0]


Madison_mac reviewed on 28 May 2012
Data Rescue worked well for me on a drive with many bad sectors.

I recovered 1.2GB (took 3 or 4 weeks of running constantly to recover it all, but it did work).

I had tried the geeky way first, using ddrescue, but ended up with a .dmg file that would not open.
[Version 3.2.1]


Madison_mac reviewed on 10 May 2012
Great app. I love it. Use it from time to time and it is useful.
[Version 1.0.10]

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