The Backup 2

"The Backup" snapshot

A quick and easy to use backup tool for both, beginners and advanced users. And, it is a very small program.

Software information
Platform:
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000
Publisher:
J Harper
Price:
Freeware
File size:
280 Kb
Date added:
December 14, 2007
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Description from the Publisher
A quick and easy to use backup tool for both, beginners and advanced users. A very small and simple program that does one thing. It provides the user with an almost instant method of making ongoing and incremental backups. Once medium level and advanced level computer users have used this backup method they will quickly recognize that the procedure could be very easily emulated to suit their specific backup needs in regard to the location of the Backup folder. Run the setup file and a 'Backup' folder, located in your 'My Documents' folder, will be installed to your Profile. The Backup is a very small program that is comprised of a folder named Backup, a EULA and a Readme, and a shortcut to the Backup folder. The shortcut is located in the Start Button's right-click menu 'Send To' feature. As you are working on something, right-click on the article you are working on and in the 'Send To' entries click on 'Send a copy to Backup.' Whenever you repeat this simple backup procedure, for this same article, the copy in the Backup folder will be updated. 'THE BACKUP' IS INSTALLED FOR THE CURRENT USER ONLY. If other users of the computer want, they can run the setup file and install it under their profile. A very small program. No spyware. No spam. No advertisements.
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