Personal Backup is a free professional program to save your data to any destination folder. This folder can be on a local fixed or removable drive, a Windows network server, or an FTP server. Backups can be initiated either manually or automatically using a user-defined schedule.
The program will run on all popular versions of Windows. For the operation of the program, a Control Panel is provided that presents a summary of all important information about user-defined backups in a clearly organized format. It only takes a few clicks to change configurations and start an action.
Note however that the program is not suitable for system data backup.
Now let's see what it includes,
- User's backup task list.
- All important details of the selected backup job.
- Schedule associated with the selected backup.
- Create a new backup job.
- Edit an existing backup job.
- Manually start one or more selected backups by simply clicking a button.
- Create desktop shortcuts to start backup.
- Easily configure schedules to automatically back up at login, logout, or a selected time.
- Configuring backups using Windows Task Scheduler.
- Restore files that have been created.
- Verify the backup files.
- Clean up backup directories
Brief description of the program
Select the data to back up:
The files to back up are selected by folder. All subfolders are automatically included, but the user can exclude or include any subdirectories from or in the backup by selection or by filter. Additional criteria are selection by file type, file age and/or file name filter.
Select the backup destination:
You can select as the destination any folder on a local fixed or removable drive, on a Windows network server, or on an FTP server. Within the destination folder, the original drives (C:, D:, etc.) optionally appear as subdirectories named DrvC, DrvD, etc.
The original directory structure remains unchanged under these folders. Optionally, all data can be compressed and/or encrypted with AES algorithm.
You can create and save as many backup jobs as you want. Each backup job created this way can be started manually or automatically using a schedule.
The program offers several options for this when logging in, logging out, or a fixed time of day on selected days of the week. Alternatively, it's easy to start a backup using the Windows Task Scheduler.
Additionally, it is possible to call up a backup of a directory with all its files and subdirectories using the context menu of Windows Explorer. The destination directory and other settings (backup mode, compression, encryption, etc.) will be taken by a selectable task (the default task).
There are several ways to create backups. By default, during backup, the program checks if the file to be saved is newer than the one already backed up.
Only files with newer timestamps are saved, and of course, files that have not yet been backed up. Finally, advanced users have the option to configure alternate backups consisting of one full and multiple differential or incremental backups.
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows
OPERATING SYSTEM: Windows
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