Carbon Copy Cloner 5.1.25 (6155) Cracked for macOS

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Carbon Copy Cloner: The smarter, easier CCC. The first bootable backup solution for the Mac is better than ever. When a disaster strikes your hard disk, you can boot from your backup and keep working. Carbon Copy Cloner troubleshoots the problem disk when you have time to spare. When a disaster strikes your hard disk, you can boot from your backup and keep working. Troubleshoot the problem disk when you have time to spare.

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Size: 14.8 MB

  • macOS 10.10 or later 64-bit

  • Intuitive and Efficient: We have a fine-tuned Carbon Copy Cloner interface and it is easier to use than ever! Schedule, group, and sort tasks; run a backup; and access the disk center — all from a single window.
  • Cloning Coach: We’re backup experts and we want to help you craft a reliable and functional backup strategy.
  • Task Outlook: Task groups make coordinating the schedules of multiple tasks easy with an upcoming task outlook chart. Grouped tasks can be scheduled individually, or you can run all of the tasks sequentially by scheduling the group.
  • Bootable Backups: When disaster strikes your hard disk, you can boot from your backup and keep working. Troubleshoot Carbon Copy the problem disk when you have time to spare.
  • Task Grouping and Sorting: Collect your tasks into groups to visually organize them. Run a group of tasks with a single click, or schedule a group all at once. Tasks can also be sorted by name, exit status, last run date, next run date, or manually.
  • Smarter Safety Net: Create a bootable clone of your hard drive, but also keep copies of your recently deleted and changed files — just in case. SafetyNet is smarter than ever: if you run out of space during a backup, you can Carbon Copy free up space automatically and resume your backup.
  • Task History: Quickly view when your tasks have run and if they were successful. Restrict the list by task name, source volume, destination volume, or run date. Receive detailed information and advice on tasks that resulted in errors.

Carbon Copy Cloner

  • This update addresses a handful of failure conditions of Apple’s APFS replication utility which CCC is using temporarily in response to a bug that Apple introduced in macOS 10.15.5. We have also improved the task configuration workflow for new backup tasks, and we’ve added some documentation around this functionality: Cloning macOS System volumes with Apple Software Restore, Creating and restoring data-only backups, Troubleshooting APFS Replication.
  • Orphaned System volumes are now handled more proactively when selected as a source or destination. Orphaned System volumes arise when you either delete or erase the “Backup – Data” volume in Disk Utility without deleting/erasing the whole volume group when prompted. System volumes are unsuitable for user data, but some folks manage to get data onto them anyway (it doesn’t help that Finder allows you to copy data to them). CCC can now help you migrate content from an orphaned System volume source, and will insist that you erase an orphaned System destination before proceeding with a task.
  • CCC no longer excludes 1Password by default. We added the exclusion in light of a recommendation by the folks at Agile software(link is external), however, we got some feedback that people would prefer to exclude this manually, if at all.
  • The Backblaze “.bzvol” folder is now removed from the root of the destination volumes at the end of an initial APFS replication. This should resolve issues in which Backblaze has identification issues after an initial clone is performed.


  1. The installation was clean, and it runs perfectly, but it says it will run for 30 days and then you have to purchase a license. If you hit “I already have a CCC 5 license” a new pop up appear for you to enter Name, Email and License. Any clue?


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