While the expected arrival of Norton Utilities 3.5 (mentioned previously here) has still not been announced on Symantec's web site (as of this morning anyway), you can find the details on it in a full page ad on the back page of the latest MacZone catalog. It states that the update include a bootable CD-ROM, making it easy to switch startup disks when needed. It also includes the new version of Speed Disk and the new CrashGuard utility that have been in public beta. However, CrashGuard requires a Power Macintosh.
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