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Instant local drive back-up software - recommendations?
I am on Windows 7 Professional, 64 bit.
i7 processor with 12 gb ram
10k rpm Sata 3 boot drive
Graphic Designer using Photoshop and Illustrator, and a variety of other programs.
I have used Memeo Backup Pro in the past for backing up my files INSTANTLY upon saving the file.... I liked that it did that. Not into waiting till the end of the day for a scheduled backup to run; I've lost too many files in the past due to corruption after working on them for an hour or less....
I would lose a LOT of productivity if I got hosed after working on a complex Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop file if it crashed after working on it for even a half hour.
I save often, and Memeo saves a backup to my predetermined destination drive instantly. HOWEVER.... Memeo is buggy as heck and it has screwed with programs and caused Windows 7 functionality problems....
So... I am wanting to try another, similar backup program that might have better user reviews. Can you help? I tried a demo of Live Backups and it sucked... couldn't even get it to work after setting up the parameters .... Thanks for suggestions.
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|09 Aug 2012||#3|
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I haven't used automated synchs, but it might be interesting to use task scheduler and Synctoy - except be aware that Synchtoy has an issue with deletes.
I saw this, and it might meet your needs.
Jumping Bytes Software - PureSync - Synchronize and backup files and folders
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