Chronopath has released an update for Restore, bringing it to version 1.1. Restore is a utility designed for the archiving and restoration of documents. The update features a redesigned UI and bug fixes. According to Chronopath:
Chronopath, Inc., today, has released Restore 1.1, a new upgrade to its application for archiving and restoring your documents.
Restore is an application created to protect a useris documents. It allows you to track several files and archive them according to your schedule. Files are only archived when a modification is detected. If you need to revert to an older, archived version of a document, you can later do so with one click. Restore also includes an option to keep only a certain amount of versions of a document to save hard drive space.
Notable also is that the application sports a clean, Cocoa interface that stays out of your way, hidden from the dock, contained in a status menu, showing the file manager or preferences only when you need them.
This new upgrade includes a redesigned interface and various bug fixes.
You can find more information about the Restore update at the Chronopath Web site. The restore update is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$15.00.