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Old 06-16-2023, 12:51 PM
Dan Lester Dan Lester is offline
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backup time stamp?

Simple question. Does the SuperDuper backup provide anywhere any info about WHEN the backup was done? That is, when I boot from a backup, I'm wondering WHEN this backup was made. Am I looking at yesterday, or a year ago? As far as I can tell, the SuperDuper logs only refer to the last backup. Might be nice to have SuperDuper emplace a folder on the desktop labelled with the current time, or some other time stamp on the backup disk itself. I actually keep a handwritten sticky on my drives about when the last backup was done, but you'd like to believe you could retrieve that info on the machine itself once the boot is done from the backup. Yes, I could just look at the latest "Date Modified" on the disk contents, and that would get me close.
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