CD Folder Partitioner 2 is build to execute very easily a copy and backup of your data on a set of CDs, DVDs, or disk images. For example, you can copy your "Home" folder (all your documents located in the Users folder), a specifi folder or even a whole disk. With CD Folder Partitioner, you can make a copy of very large files (movies, music, etc.) that are too large for a CD or a DVD. The file will be split and distributed in many volumes.
What's new in this version: New features:
- New preference: CD Folder Partitioner can delete DMG files if burn was successful.
- Information about the selected size for Disk Images.
- [BugFix] On selective recovery, a strange disk image number may be asked, preventing file recovery.
- [BugFix] In some specific case, may not burn the right number of disk images.
- [Changes] Several minor corrections.
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