April 11, 2013
The 10.1 release of Retrospect for Mac includes a number of significant improvements to the user interface and workflow.
We've made numerous enhancements to the workflow of the console. It now includes a clear syncing process. Each item in the left pane is synced in turn and only available for viewing when complete; the item's new status text shows the progress. Media Sets and Past Backups contain quite a bit of information and can take some time, but you can review items like Activities while they're being processed.
In addition to syncing, you'll find it easier to add new servers, manage multiple ones, and update progressively. See What's New for more information.
The Mac console and Mac client have both been updated to take full advantage of Apple's Retina displays. The icons are cleaner and clearer than ever.This latest release of Retrospect includes fixes for numerous issues. For a list of bugs fixed in this release, please refer to the Release Notes.
Kristin Goedert is Director of Marketing and has been with Retrospect for more than a decade.