abylon BACKUP-TUBE

abylon BACKUP-TUBE

Backup with abylon BACKUP-TUBE to save an exact copy of files and directories
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Today the computer stores a lot of important files, like documents, pictures and videos. These files have often an idealistic and commercial value. You can lose these files, if you are irretrievably delete it or the hard drive crashed. It will be better to create a backup with abylon BACKUP-TUBE to save an exact copy of files and directories. These backup is done automatically or manually by the impact of the backup or sync jobs. Intelligent routines speed up the backup process and reduce the amount of data. This function only copy new or modified files to the backup folder. In the case of sync-jobs also deleted or renamed files from the source directory will be deleted or renamed in the destination directory. This leaves the data backup always up to date and you can easy restore your files in the worst case.

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