The most obvious difference from earlier versions of Disk Utility (aside from the general aesthetic) is what's missing. Apple has removed the RAID button and Restore button from the main interface, although the ability to restore a disk image to a target volume still remains (in hidden form). Disk Utility also now provides visual feedback on what type of data is present on a given drive.
Note: please check our drive formatting tips to get the details on how to use the new Disk Utility.
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