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Continuous Backup Software

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I have an external hard drive connected to my notebook through a usb cable. The software schedules a backup once a week with no options for a different setting. Is there any software that will give me a continuous backup. I am using Win 7 64 bit. Thank you for any guidance...Rick
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There's a backup utility in Windows 7, is that what you're using? I believe you can set it to daily backups. it's incremental I believe, so you only back up changed files daily.

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Thenk you for that. Too bad you cannot set it for continuous
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Shadow Copy...that explanation sails right over my head. Now if someone could show me how to hack the registry .....I don't know what goes on under the hood in Windows...maybe a registry hack has nothing to do with getting a continuous backup
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It's like Time Machine in OS X. Say you have a document you've edited a few times over the past three weeks. if you right click, go to properties and then the shadow copy tab you should be able to see a list of previous versions of that file.
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I swear by SyncBack SE for all of my synchronizing/backup needs. Easy to use, and you can schedule backups and syncs any way you want. I wouldn't be caught without it.

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