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Description: With Search Backups you can manage your CD / DVD inventory as well as the backup copies of your data and documents.
Therefore the folder and file structure is being read and saved completely. After that you can move through the whole folder and file structure of all indexed mediums in the same way as if the particular CD / DVD would be in your drive.
Additionally, you can search for folders or files in all indexed CDs / DVDs. For this purpose you can not only search for the name of the folders / files, but you can also choose from other search options like file size and change date. Moreover, it is possible to enter an own description for each folder and file. You can also search for those descriptions, of course.
Finally, a small statistic about all indexed CDs / DVDs can be generated, too.
Features of Search Backups at a glance:
- Unlimited number of CDs / DVDs can be indexed.
- Files / Folders are displayed in an interactive tree view.
- Search for individual files / folders possible.
- Detailed search options.
- Medium fast search.
- Data files of Search Backups 1.x can be imported.
- Integrated help system.
- Automatic program updates (deactivation is possible).
- Multilingual (at the moment English and German).
- Intuitive program interface.
- Free e-mail support in case of problems or questions.
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