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[BCAB] Back up prog Barry Hill (11 Dec 2012 20:24 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Back up prog tim.pennick@bt.com (13 Dec 2012 09:15 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Back up prog Richard Godfrey-McKay (13 Dec 2012 08:47 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Back up prog Chris (14 Dec 2012 12:38 GMT)
Re: [BCAB] Back up prog Joseph Paton (15 Dec 2012 00:12 GMT)

Re: [BCAB] Back up prog tim.pennick@bt.com 13 Dec 2012 09:15 GMT

Barry, All,

I use the Windows backup utility.  I've always done this with some trepidation, as I've never heard anyone on this list with a good word to say for it, so this isn't a recommendation, but more of an attempt to find out what I've been missing all these years, that is eventually going to leap out and bite me.  I find that it is easily configurable to back up the files you want backed up without wasting space on those that you don't, and I believe (though I haven't tried it recently) that you can back up registry settings and create a boot disk to get you out of severe issues with the operating system.  So like Barry, I'd be interested to know what I should be using instead, and why.

Regards,

Tim Pennick

-----Original Message-----
From: Bcab [mailto:bcab-bounces@lists.bcab.org.uk] On Behalf Of Barry Hill
Sent: 11 December 2012 20:24
To: 'BCAB Discussion List'
Subject: [BCAB] Back up prog

Hi all

I'm currently running Karen's replicator as a back up manager, but I would like a back up utility that, as well as files and folders, backs up settings, application data and Outlook files.  Is there such a thing?

Ideally, I'd like a free programme but the priority would be that it is accessible.

Cheers

Barry

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