OWC SoftRAID 7 Lite

Powerful RAID Management Software

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Now supports macOS 13 Ventura

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The powerful and intuitive software RAID utility for macOS and Windows

  • Advanced: Create RAID 0/1/4/5/1+0 (10) arrays1
  • Protected: SoftRAID Monitor constantly watches your disks and alerts you if problems are detected 
  • Up to date: new Upgrade + Support plan ensures you always have access to the latest version of SoftRAID and award-winning OWC support
  • Flexible: Use multiple HFS+ or single APFS volumes
  • Validated: Volume validation ensures sectors can be read and parity is correct
  • Certified: Checks disks before use to ensure they are safe for data storage
  • Vigilant: Error prediction helps protect against unexpected failure
  • Universal: Built-in OWC MacDrive technology lets you move SoftRAID arrays seamlessly between Macs and PCs
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    Single SoftRAID license to install on one computer. Includes 1 free year of the SoftRAID Upgrade + Support plan.

    From: $49.99

    SoftRAID 7 Upgrade + Support Plan - One Year Free

    Additional Seats

    Additional Seats
    Use SoftRAID on multiple computers by adding additional seats to your SoftRAID license.

    SoftRAID 7 Lite for Mac and Windows

    At SoftRAID’s core is RAID creation and management technology that has been finely tuned over 20 years of development. Selectable RAID levels offer maximum volume capacity, optimum drive performance, data protection, or a combination of attributes. It’s ideal for anyone who needs to safely store and backup massive amounts of data, including video editors, audio producers, photographers and graphic designers. 

    Easy RAID Creation

    SoftRAID Pro guides you through RAID volume creation, helping you decide what RAID system suits you best. Don’t want your volume any more? SoftRAID helps you safely delete it without risking your data.

    Create advanced RAID 0/1/4/5/1+0 (10)1 volumes for higher performance and/or redundancy.

    *In a RAID 0 configuration, one failed drive results in a total loss of data. Only RAID levels with redundancy (1, 4, 5, 6, 6+, 10) can support the loss of one or more drives.