Re: NTLK Best backup software?

From: Kenny Song (
Date: Sat Aug 26 2000 - 11:34:09 CDT

On Sat, 26 Aug 2000 Perry E. Rutherford wrote:

>Does anyone have any comparison between MobileBackup and SBM Utilities (with
>regard to backup/restore only) that they would like to share?
>I'm trying to decide which one offers the most and can't really demo SBM
>because you can't use restore until you pay. Actually, I just went to kagi
>and purchased now I guess my question is from those of you with
>experience should I also purchase MobileBackup?
No, with SBM, you have all you need for backup solution and much much more. SBM Utilities is VERY good at what it does and you can feel totally safe about your data. I also used MobileBackup for a while but it could not backup Notion reliably (acknowledged by the developer) so I gave it up after a while. With NCU being so unpredictable, SBM Utilities is a real asset. It has got me out of sticky situations many times. It does so much, Backups, Soup Editor, Preference Cleaner, Store Manager, Data Integrity Check, Recent Menu Editor and Hardware Info.

And Holger Mueller is so responsive and is still contemplating updating SBM.

Good choice. I know you won't regret the decision.

Kenny Song
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