Despite ongoing improvement of modern hard drives and other media, backups have always been the most efficient way of protecting valuable information. Regular copies of the files you want to keep safe guarantee that even if everything goes according to the worst case scenario, you will be able to get back on the track quickly and without using anybody’s help. If you are still at crossroads over the choice of the right program, take a closer look at Second Copy!
Second Copy is a reliable, fast and affordable backup tool that will give you everything you need to make scheduled or on-demand backup copies of your data. The program supports all versions of Windows, including 32- and 64-bit versions of the latest Windows 7. With Second Copy, you can save backup copies to other folders on your computer or other systems in the local network. The program will keep monitoring the source folder and will update the backup archive when source changes are detected. Second Copy does not consume a lot of system resources and works quietly in the background, so you only have to configure the program once to be always sure that you have an up-to-date backup archive in the destination location. Second Copy supports strong 256-bit AES encryption, enhanced compression, two-way synchronization, scheduling, archive password-protection and operation as a Windows service.
For an easy to use backup tool with plenty of useful feature, look no further than Second Copy!
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