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Old 01-11-2008, 05:54 AM
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Do we want software we have installed to audit our operating systems (and possibly other aspects of our computers) and then report back to the home company...
sdsl, a notification system like the one I mentioned would not need to send anything to anyone. It could simply check the OS version and tell you if it's been tested against that version or not. That's hardly a system audit.

Panic does something similar (or did, I haven't tried the latest version) in their CandyBar software. It changes system icons so it's sensative to the OS you're running. I believe SuperDuper is a similar class of application. And the fact that people have made this mistake, even if it's only me, which I doubt, shows that something more could (should?) be done to prevent it.

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Also, it is very clear (to me) in looking at SuperDuper's web page that the latest OS to use it with is Tiger, and that for Leopard one has to wait until an updated version comes out. There are plenty of other software packages in a similar situation, by the way.
Yes it is, on the SuperDuper page. It's not worded so clearly on the homepage though. You can go to that page, read the promo blurb and download the software without ever clicking through to the 2nd page with the warning.
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