Nothing should scare you from backing up your files. I know, you are afraid of ruining your “cool” image because you do not want your friends knowing you can back up your personal computer. Just saying it makes you feel a little geeky – does it not? Well I have good news for you because SyncBack puts the cool in backing up and staying in sync.
Here is what the author of the freeware file had to say about it:
Easily back up, synchronize, or restore your files to another drive, FTP server, ZIP file, networked drive, or removable media. Highly configurable, SyncBack includes: detailed and easy-to-read log files; email results; simulated backups and restore; file filters; sub-directory selection; copy verification; background backups; auto-close of programs; easy and expert modes; profile groups; compare files, and an extensive context sensitive help file.
SyncBack provides a dependable way of ensuring digital files are safe with a simple interface that enables the first time user to back up and save their valuable data within minutes. As well as an “Easy Mode” for essential backup, restore, and synchronization tasks, SyncBack has an “Expert Mode” that delivers advanced functionality. If you need to back up to an FTP server or network and email the results, this is where you’ll fine-tune the software.
When you visit the Web site to get the download, make sure you scroll down and get the freeware version and not the paid one. If you like what you see and you want a few more features, feel free to check out SyncBackSE.
[1.74M] [Win98/ME/2k/XP] [FREE]
[tags]Windows, freeware, backup, sync, SyncBack[/tags]