Traditional backup software takes a complicated approach to doing backup of files. For example, you set up one weekly full backup which backs up all of your files, then another incremental backup to run on the other days of the week, in which files which have changed or added since the full backup are added to the backup media. You have to keep track of what media contains the start of your full backup, where each incremental backup is stored, and at the same time make sure your backup catalog is up-to-date.
We designed FileBack PC to approach the task of data backup in a more friendly and easy to understand manner: FileBack PC simply makes extra copies of your important files in a second location. For example, if you have two hard disk drives in your computer, one could be used to hold your data, and the second can contain backup copies of your data.
- All-new file and file type selector on Subfolders & Files page of
Advanced Backup Job Editor
- Enhanced "files which existed on" feature in Restoration Wizard
- Backup simulation now includes size of files that would have been copied
- File operations now happen at low priority under Windows Vista and newer
when "Idle" priority is selected (XP does not support this feature)
- Fixed issue causing an error when Rule-based log events are displayed
- Fixed "Access Violation" error message in Restoration Wizard
Tools and Utilities
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