Regular data protection
If you develop a specific project on a day-to-day basis and have to make a backup every evening so as not to lose the progress of your efforts, you need to back up regularly. With Hard Disk Manager for Mac you can do an initial full image of individual volumes or entire system followed by incremental updates. By merging contents of an increment with its parental image you can optimize existing backup chains, as processing many increments in a chain during restoration takes extra time. This option can also help to save the backup storage space by getting rid of obsolete time stamps.
Boot Camp partition resize
If initially allocated space for the Boot Camp Windows partition has turned out to be insufficient for your current needs, you can take some space from your Mac partition, thus redistributing the unused space between the partitions, and all that without the system restart.
You’ve accidentally lost your e-mail database. Restoring the whole backup image because of one file is long and irritating – with Hard Disk Manager for Mac you can extract data from backup images selectively, thus considerably saving your time.
Mac disaster recovery
Your Mac fails to start up and you don’t even know what’s wrong with it. Use our bootable recovery media to start it up, find out what’s wrong with it, and finally get the system back on track or at least retrieve valuable information from the failed storage device.
Backup to virtual container
You need to try new software but are very much concerned about its stability. Moreover, you do suspect it could damage your system. The best way out is to back up your Mac to VMDK and launch it in a virtual environment of VMware Fusion to try and decide whether new software is safe and exactly what you need or not.
Migration and wiping
You’re willing to sell your old Mac. Make a clone of your old disk, resizing partitions while copying proportionally to the size of the new storage device or how you need it, and all that while you continue working under OS X. Once done, wipe data to make sure confidential data doesn’t fall into wrong hands together with your old disk.
Your Windows Boot Camp doesn’t start up. Before your initiate restore from a previously made backup image, try our boot correction tools to get it back on track in minutes instead of hours.