NikSaver automatically locates configuration options and data files for each application installed on your computer. It creates application snapshots that can be used to copy an application along with all its preferences and data.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:22
Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Description: A modern software application may contain hundreds of configuration options and store a lot of your valuable info in its data files. Do you know where these configuration options and data files are located on your disks? Most users have no idea where even such a popular application as MS IE stores its configuration, bookmarks, cached pages, saved passwords, etc. Other applications are no different. Unfortunately, Windows has no mechanism to force software developers to follow consistent rules. There are some Microsoft recommendations that are usually ignored by the developers, but that's about it.
This is why you normally cannot just move an installed and configured program from one computer to another, or restore a program with its options already set from a backup. This is why you need to re-install and re-configure the same program again and again on every new computer or with every system crash.
Is there a solution? We've made a search and some quick tests and found that there is only one program that provides a truly automated solution. NikSaver from Kurkov Software uses its unique artificial intelligence to determine the locations of configuration options and data files for each application installed on your computer. The program provides you with a list of installed applications. You can make a snapshot of an application by simply clicking the Save button. The snapshot can be used to transfer the application along with all its preferences and data to another computer or as a backup copy.
Hate guessing? Don't believe in artificial intelligence? Not a problem. The program provides ready-made verified scripts for about 500 of the most popular applications. The database of scripts is updated on a regular basis. In addition, there is a built-in script editor for advanced users.
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