What you need to know
- ChronoSync v10 is now available for download.
- Updates to ChronoSync v10 include the return of bootable backups.
- Advanced iCloud support has been added to this release.
The popular Mac backup tool ChronoSync has a big new version 10 update out and it brings bootable backups back for macOS Big Sur and macOS Monterey users.
The return of bootable backups is a big deal for users of the most recent macOS Monterey update and means that users of ChronoSync can now create bootable backups that are not only easy to create, but also easy to maintain to ensure they have the latest data, too.
ChronoSync v10 also adds improved support for iCloud — the app can now both back up iCloud data as well as synchronize other data directly to iCloud ensuring it syncs with all Macs signed into the same Apple ID.
Those keen to learn more about the iCloud capabilities in particular can read about it on the ChronoSync website.
There's a lot more in this new ChronoSync v10 update and you can read all about it in the release notes. Those with ChronoSync installed can download the update now. Everyone else can get it direct from the ChronoSync website with prices starting at $49.99 for a single user license.
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