AX64 Time Machine 1.1.996

AX64 Time Machine allows you to quickly recover from system crashes, virus infections, disk failures, accidentally deleted files, etc. It securely backs up all your files, and provides efficient means to recover your data. Automatic backups continuously protect your PC. Smart backup consolidation merges old backups together so you don't deal with overwhelming number of backups. You can backup to virtually any type of storage, including internal, external and network drives. Backing up your drive, or restoring it to an earlier point in time normally takes seconds to a minute, depending on the speed of your drives.

Power users will appreciate the ability to quickly go backwards and forwards to any point in time, safely test any software, undo unwanted system updates, cleanly uninstall any program, easily browse through previous versions of files, and much more.

(30 Day Free Trial). Supports Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8. EFI/GPT Not supported yet.

Download: AX64 Time Machine 1.1.996 | 23.5 MB (Shareware)
View: AX64 Time Machine Website

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RottGutt, It makes a full image when the first backup is done. The second, etc. backups are incremental. It has the option to do automatic hourly backups (more control over when they are done will be added into a later version of it). Also, the next version of it (which should be available by the end of May/first week of June) will have GPT support added.

Oops... I can't even try this out, because apparently my hard drive is partitioned as GPT. This is a basic, every day Windows 8 install on an SSD. Windows 8 never asked me if I wanted an MBR or GPT partition, so I'm guessing that anyone with Windows 8 installed will be SOL if they want to test this program. I hope AX64 updates this software to support GPT soon!

If this works exactly like Time Machine for Mac, then it will be a winner. I can't tell from reading the description of it from the official web site. I am mainly interested in whether or not it only backs up whatever has changed since the last backup.