Llama Carbon Copy watches one or more folders on your PC or network for changes and then copy any changed files to a folder on your USB drive, second hard drive, external hard drive or network drive. Llama Carbon Copy automatically backs up your work
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows ME, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista
Description: Llama Carbon Copy watches one or more folders on your PC or network for changes and then copy any changed files to a folder on your USB drive, second hard drive, external hard drive or network drive. Llama Carbon Copy helps you save time and gives you peace of mind by keeping an up to date copy of your important files. The easy to use interface maximizes your effectiveness and reduces the risk of lost work and wasted time.
* Update files on your USB (or any external) drive while you work and avoid waiting to copy them when you go home.
* Track the files you change while you work.
* Concentrate on your work, instead of inconveniently copying important shared files to other computers.
* Deliver standardized documents (contracts, letterhead, logos) to every person in your company with ease.
* Synchronize all of your watched directories with one click of your mouse.
* Prevent the accidental loss of important documents.
System Requirements: 25 Megabytes of hard drive space
Change Info: The most recent version of Llama Carbon Copy includes a complete reworking of the graphical user interface. It distilled the previous user interface into a funcitonal single screen which can be used to manage all your real time backup and synchronization needs.
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