Simple Backup Tool 1.7.0 Build 95 Freeware

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Simple Backup Tool 1.7.0 Build 95 FreewareSimple Backup Tool is a lightweight software application with a pretty self-explanatory name – it allows you to backup your files and folders. It is highly recommended you do so, in order to protect your sensitive information, in case Windows starts experiencing issues. The interface of the program is plain and easy to work with. Simple Backup Tool comes with a wide range of customization preferences; you can get started by specifying the target locations, after which you can select the items you want to store. Backups can be performed at a regular time interval. Plus, you can create an exclusion list by setting up file names and/or extensions, as well as specify a post-task actions (e.g. archive the backup folder, remove older files). In addition, Simple Backup Tool can record logging details, and can be set to automatically run at Windows startup, minimized to the system tray area, just to name a few. The straightforward program needs a low quantity of CPU and system memory, has a good response time, and takes a reasonable amount of time to backup files (according to their size). No error dialogs have been displayed throughout our testing and Simple Backup Tool did not freeze or crash. Some improvements are welcomed in the visual department.
There is very important information stored on your hard disk that you surely want to have secured somehow. Simple Backup Tool is intended to automatically backup the content of one or more folders from your system. This is an very easy to use folder mirroring tool that makes it possible to have automatic backup done in defined interval or when you want to do the backup into another drive or folder on your computer. This makes sure that at least this selected folders are always safe. Latest addition to this product is the possibility to have multiple master folders backed up into several target folders.
What’s New
  • added select backup as button too on to main
  • showing next backup at bottom of main (same that was on tray icon hint)
  • moved confusing checks from general tab to under miscellaneous

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