Fixes And Enhancements
- OS X v10.10 Yosemite compatibility
- Improved warning when deselecting files from backup selection
- Security updates
- Performance and stability improvements
- Restore and backup logging now occurs even while CrashPlan app is paused
- Windows: The system tray application now launches upon system startup when Launch system tray on startup is enabled
- Windows, OS X: The option to configure Twitter backup alerts no longer appears on Windows or OS X devices that did not enable Twitter alerts under version 3.6.3 or earlier
- Corrected a case sensitivity issue for systems formatted with the Mac OS Extended (Journaled, Case-Sensitive) file system (HFSX)
- Time Machine backup files are now excluded from backups to the Code42 public cloud
- Default file selection exclusions now contain an exclude for Time Machine backups
- Linux installer now installs CrashPlan app in a subdirectory named crashplan
- Linux installer now uses the correct link when downloading the JRE
Announcing Mac OS X Version 10.5 Leopard Retirement
With the release of version 3.6.4, Code42 is announcing retirement of support for Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard. That means that, going forward, Code42 will no longer develop for, test, or maintain our products on Mac OS X Leopard. New versions of our products released after November 5, 2014 will not support Mac OS X Leopard. Additionally, the End of Support date for Mac OS X Leopard is scheduled for May 31, 2015.
For full details, please see Platform Retirement And End of Support For Mac OS X v10.5 Leopard.