TrueDisc launches damage-resistant disc archival software for Mac

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#1

I just posted the article TrueDisc launches damage-resistant disc archival software for Mac.

While many consumers are well aware about the need to back-up important data on to CDs and DVDs, there is always a risk that when it comes to recovering data that the backup disc may have…

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#2

Finally, though a bit pricey, especially when the promo is over. But howcome only for mac? But i’m curious how this really works in the real world application. Is it as robust as they say?


#3

When burning a DVD I always ‘fill up’ the unused space at the end of the DVD with parity blocks. I think that is what this program does as well, but then without freeware tools :slight_smile: