New Version of Carbonite On The Way

New Version of Carbonite On The Way

A new version of Carbonite (3.7) has been announced.

Here is the PR-speak:

“We spent a significant amount of time talking with customers for this upgrade of Carbonite,” said David Friend, founder and CEO of Carbonite. “We’ve always had the goal of Carbonite being the simplest online backup to use and we’ve been lauded for our success in that goal, but we are seeking perfection for the day-to-day experience of using Carbonite. We found that our users had some great feedback that, when implemented in Release 3.7, makes Carbonite even easier to use.”

Carbonite also spent time honing performance for version 3.7. Through a series of improvements to the way Carbonite monitors computer resources, Carbonite will offer better system performance during the initial scan and backup upload.

It will be released over the next few weeks. As soon as I get more details on what is actually in there, I’ll post more.

Source: Sys-Con

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Bowmanave - September 22, 2011 Reply

I wrote download link in my post for Carbonite 3.3.4 …that's the last working version for patch 3.3.5 … Enjoy.

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