BackUp Maker is a tool that lets you backup your data directly on to CD/DVD,
internal and external drives (local and network), USB drives and even on FTP
servers in ZIP format. It has wizards to handle backup and restore operations.
It has an option to enable backup of data in real-time. Another option lets you
split backups for being able to save them in smaller volumes. It also supports
scheduled backups, dated files, incremental backups, password protection, etc.
Not only this, it supports spanning which allows you to take huge amount of data
across multiple disks.
The backup software is easy to use and offers an advanced mode that has
additional features such as Pause backup, Retry file access, Own split methods,
Hide password (restore), Fast navigation in Backup wizard, Encrypted FTP
password, Save volume letter and File/folder search (restore).
Select data to backup
To use BackUp Maker, you have to first click on BackUp Maker's system tray
icon, which will open a wizard. Here select the files and folder that you want
to backup and click next. In the next window, select Filter option, where you
can define the files or folder that you want to exclude in the backup process
and click next. After this, you can define the schedule for your backup process
by assigning it time and date for backup and click Next.
Select backup type
Now select the type of backup you want to create, like full backup or partial
backup and execute the file that you want to backup. For security, you can
protect the backup using a password. This backup utility gives you an option to
split the backup for spanning on to two or more drives. By default, when you
upload your backups to an FTP server, port 21 is used. If this port is blocked
by your Firewall or if you wish to use another port, please enter the number for
that port in the FTP port field.
|BackUp Maker gives you a range of backup options such as full or partial backups, backup scheduling and much more
After the backup is complete, BackUp Maker normally shows a report,
containing information on the backup. In the end it also tells you about any
errors that were encountered in the backup process. You can restore all your
saved data using well-known Zip tools (e.g. WinZip, WinACE) or using BackUp
Maker's restore wizard.