Auslogics BitReplica 1.0 - Free backup software for Windows

Auslogics BitReplica a free tool for backing up files stored on your Windows PC. It protects your photos, music, documents and any other data from being lost due to a hard drive crash, virus attack or accidental deletion. The program should be especially useful for anyone who has several storage drives (it could be several hard drives installed on one PC or several PCs networked together).

Back up any files you want
You can specify file groups to back up, such as IE favorites or Windows mail contacts, or select individual files and folders to back up under each profile you create.

Create custom backup rules for individual folders
By creating separate profiles, you can set individual rules for backing up different folders and file groups depending on how frequently you use or modify them.

Save your disk space with incremental and differential backup engines
To avoid wasting valuable disk space, you can select to back up only the files that have changed since the last backup or files that have changed since the last FULL backup.

Synchronize your files between multiple PCs
When selecting how to back up your files in the Profile settings, you can choose to synchronize files in the source and destination folders. This lets you create the exact same sets of files to work with on two networked computers.

Schedule backups to fit your timetable
Create your backups manually whenever it is convenient for you, or set them to be created automatically on an hourly, daily or weekly schedule. Specify your preference under each profile.

Download: Auslogics BitReplica 1.0 | 5.2 MB (Freeware)
View: Auslogics BitReplica Website | Screenshots

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It has a nice interface, but it's yet another software that does full / incremental backups. Full backups are slow and they're a waste of space. I fail to see the point.

YanksOnTop said,

Im not sure what youre getting at? Eventually you have to make a full backup and this software does it. Then it allows you to do incremental ones. So I dont see what your point is?

I've tested software that's taken anywhere from 8 hours to 2 days to complete a full backup. On the other hand, my online backup software, after completing the initial backup, never needs to do a full backup again. I don't understand why offline backups can't have the same quality.