The Mac Observer

Skip navigational links

You're viewing an article in TMO's historic archive vault. Here, we've preserved the comments and how the site looked along with the article. Use this link to view the article on our current site:
Universal Binary Synk 5.2 Available

Universal Binary Synk 5.2 Available

by , 7:50 AM EST, February 20th, 2006

Decimus Software announced the immediate availability of Synk 5.2 on Monday. The updated version of the data backup application is now a Universal Binary capable of running natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs, adds AES encryption, an easier to use interface, and several bug fixes. Synk 5.2 is available for download at the Decimus Software Web site, and is priced at US$20, or $40 for commercial use.

Recent TMO Headlines - Updated December 11th

Fri, 10:17 PM
Apple Posts 4 New Commercials for Apple Watch Series 2
Fri, 9:55 PM
Super Mario Run Requires an Internet Connection to Because Nintendo is Afraid of Piracy
Fri, 9:46 PM
2017 iPhone Rumor Roundup
Fri, 8:53 PM
Ken Segall: What Has Apple Been Doing All These Years?
Fri, 7:30 PM
Apple May Expand iTunes Movie Footprint with Theater-Run Movies
Fri, 6:49 PM
Bluetooth 5: It's All About the Internet of Things
Fri, 6:30 PM
A Fascinating, Realistic Glimpse: What Would Steve Jobs Have Done?
Fri, 1:48 PM
Apple Shares AI Research, Listener Comments - TMO Daily Observations 2016-12-09
Fri, 1:31 PM
64 Square Feet of Joyce Byers's Stranger Things Wall
Fri, 10:38 AM
Shigeru Miyamoto Playing Super Mario Bros Theme is the Coolest Thing this Week
Fri, 9:13 AM
Apple Watch: Editing Your Workout Screen
Fri, 2:30 AM
True Key by Intel Security: $15.99
  • __________
  • Buy Stuff, Support TMO!
  • Podcast: Mac Geek Gab
  • Podcast: Apple Weekly Report
  • TMO on Twitter!