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PureSync Makes File Backup and Synchronization Simple - Backup utilities I currently use SyncBack Freeware ([www.2brightsparks.com]) and PureSync appears to have a very similar feature list. Is there any advantages of PureSync over SyncBack? At the moment I only sync my files with my external hard drive manually, but I was wondering what backup strategies people on here use. I think I should start to backup my files in an incremental way each day, and then archive these backups each week and month in order to prevent any accidental overwriting of files I may need to restore. (E.g. if I delete a file and don't notice my mistake for a couple of weeks, I've usually already overwritten the backup I had of that file with a newer backup.) Is there any way I can configure this program, or SyncBack, to allow me to do this without massively increasing the size of my backup?
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