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Changing Your Carbonite Backup Nickname

You can change the nickname of your Carbonite backup to make it easier to distinguish from other backups on your account.

FAQ: How does OneDrive On-Demand for Mac affect Carbonite?

Microsoft added the Files On-Demand feature to OneDrive for Mac with version 18.240.1202.0004 (released January 18, 2019) and requires at least macOS 10.14.2. Files On-Demand allows you to access files without having to store them all locally on your computer. By default, this will not interfere with Carbonite. This article contains instructions to resolve any issues if OneDrive has been configured to prevent backup by Carbonite.

Carbonite Windows Version Release Notes

Carbonite Version 6.4.6 is the latest version of the Carbonite product. We are sure you will like the many enhanced features. Installing and identifying your computer(s) is easier than ever. Backing up your files is simpler and there is additional information provided about the status of your backed up files. Restoring your files is now even quicker and easier with additional choices for files you would like to restore first and choosing a destination for your restored files.

Selecting Files for Backup (Mac 1x)

This article explains how to select files for backup with the Carbonite version 1x for Mac.

Importing Your Files into Programs

Carbonite's first priority is the safe retention and return of your personal data files. Performing a restore will not automatically configure your programs or import restored data. For certain programs, it may be necessary to perform additional steps to import restored data before that data will be accessible.

Restoring All of Your Files for Carbonite Safe Backup Pro (Mac 2x)

You can install Carbonite on a new Mac and restore all of your files with the Carbonite interface.

Restoring All of Your Files for Carbonite Safe Backup Pro (Mac 1x)

You can install Carbonite on a new Mac and restore all of your files with the Carbonite System Preference pane.

Carbonite Release Notes (Mac 1x)

This article shows the release notes for latest versions of Carbonite for Mac 1x.

Carbonite Release Notes (Mac 2x)

You can view the latest Carbonite release notes in this article.

Determining the Status of Your Backup (Mac 1x)

You can determine the status of your Carbonite backup through the Carbonite Preference pane.

Getting Started with Carbonite Safe

You can use the Carbonite application to back up your files to Carbonite’s secure servers. When you need to get your files back, you can use Carbonite to restore your files at any time.

Carbonite Post-Restore Checklist (Mac 2x)

This checklist will assist you with performing post-restore functions to get your data where it needs to be and resume your backup.

Transferring Your Carbonite Safe Subscription to Restore Files

You can transfer your Carbonite Safe subscription to restore your files to another computer.

Configuring Full Disk Access for Carbonite (Mac 1x)

With the release of macOS Catalina, Carbonite must be granted access to Full Disk Access to allow the backup and restore of your files.

Carbonite Post-Restore Checklist (Mac 1x)

This checklist will assist you with performing post-restore functions to get your data where it needs to be and resume your backup.

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