Brutal Deluxe Releases fEDD up Archival System

Antoine Vignau and Olivier Zardini, founders of Brutal Deluxe Software, are proud to introduce their newest software to the Apple II community.

“I’m fEDD up” is Brutal Deluxe’s second answer to nowadays preservation of 5.25″ diskettes on the Apple II. Its main features are:

• Essential Data Duplicator compatible
If Utilico Microware’s EDD or compatible card is installed in your system, it will use the card’s powerful features to read track data.
• Nibble and timing preservation
It saves raw nibbles and their associated time cycles in separate files.
• ProDOS compatible
That may sound weird but that is important. SST is no longer needed 😉 The requirement of two drives is no longer needed.

Discover more at

Please follow and like us:

About the Author


The A.P.P.L.E. Website is run by the Apple Pugetsound Program Library Exchange Users Group and is open to all Apple and Macintosh fans and their friends.