12 February 2002
Backing up your files, software settings and system information from time to time is a good idea. The process, actually, may be something of a bore with the built-in backup utility that has to be run manually every time. For easy scheduled backup and restoring use 123Backup.
123Backup is a powerful utility that lets you backup and restore files and folders, system information, registry entries and software settings and data. The program is entirely wizard-driven and even the About page can be accessed through a wizard only. There are a few pre-installed backup settings, such as backing up your ICQ files or Outlook Express address book and messages. You can, of course, add your own sets of files to backup.
The tool backs up and restores data from ZIP archives, removable drives and even FTP servers. You can schedule backups for any day of the week and months and run incremental or full backups in given periods of time. Try this tool today and backup your data - just in case.