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Disk Copy

In addition to the methods previously mentioned for storing your data, your Mac comes equipped with a piece of software that turns files into disk images that are read by computers as if they were CDs. This software, called Disk Copy, is located in the Utilities folder within the Applications folder of your hard drive. Disk Copy is a slick tool that is useful for creating an exact duplicate of software or large files you don't want to lose, or for making a master image to distribute files or applications over a network. It even has built-in CD-burning capabilities to make turning a disk image into a real CD a matter of a few clicks.

To launch the Disk Copy application, double-click its application icon. The icon for Disk Copy appears in the Dock, but no windows open.


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