12-20-2009, 06:46 AM
I want to put my full disclosure here - I actually work with Altaro Software - the developers of Oops!Backup. Keep that in mind - I may be biased
I found out this post while conducting some market research and I thought of replying to it
On 1 December we released a product called Oops!Backup. Oops!Backup is a backup and versioning product that automatically backs up and versions documents, images and other files without user intervention. When the user wants to go back to other versions he can use our BackInTime browser to search, preview and easily restore the version he needs. We spent a lot of time on the user experience and I think we did a pretty good job at it
Check out the screenshots at Screenshots Page
and a list of features here.
When developing Oops!Backup, we where influenced by Time Machine to a certain extent.
Answering Yogi's point - we do file versioning, backup to USB and the scope is limited to disk size and how many different versions you want to keep.
Anyone willing to give it a try can download a 30-day trial from Download Oops!Backup
- it works with Win 7 (32 and 64 bit), Win Vista (32 and 64 bit) and Win XP (32 bit).
I look forward to answer any queries
Wish you all great holidays
David Vella - firstname.lastname@example.org
Altaro Software - Time Machine for Windows - Recover Deleted Files with Oops!Backup - Software that allows you to go back in time to recover documents and files - Altaro