Backup/Image Software - Who recommends what?

madmatt

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Good morning. Looking for opinions on backup/imaging software. I already own Norton Ghost 2003, but I don't like it. I want backup software that allows you to backup individual folders, at a set time during the day/week, without having to exit Windows, and easy to use (no resource hogs).

It would also be an added bonus if the software offers encryption/password protection.

Thank you in advance.
 

lassen

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ViceVersa Pro

I've been using ViceVersa Pro to mirror my main drive to a secondary
drive for several months now. The Pro version was a bit pricey but I've
been pretty satisfied with it for what I needed/wanted. They also offer
less-full-featured versions of the app for correspondingly less bucks/pounds/euros. There is an eval period so you can try before you
pay. BTW, not affiliated with the creators in any way - just a satisfied
customer.

http://www.tgrmn.com/new/new_index.htm

Jim
 

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