Exiland Backup Free is designed to back up your files quickly and simply.
Once installed, or after launching the portable version, you are presented with a wizard to get your first backup started. While many people promise an easy to use interface, Exiland delivers. The colors and icons are easy on the eyes, and you're drawn to the Create icon immediately.
You can create a single task, or better yet, multiple tasks. Multiple tasks is a great way to back up different things at different schedules or with different rules. Once you begin, you can name your tasks and add a description. This is followed by the Backup Type including Full, Incremental, Differential, or Synchronization. Each choice is briefly but well explained. You can also limit the number of full backups and only create a full backup if files were modified.
After you've made all the selections mentioned, you can choose what and where to back up to. There are a few easy to understand options here as well. Next, you can choose to set a schedule or run manually.
Notifications are also available including cell phone, local network, or on-screen messages.
If you've been putting off backups because it seems like a lot of work, then give Exiland Backup Free a try. They do make it easy to back up as promised.
The free version offers only basic features sufficient to create backups on a schedule. Standard and Pro pricing starts at $21 and includes automatic deletion of the oldest archives, backup duplication to other locations, multi-thread copying, task queue management, copying files by several threads, archive encryption, and more. Nag screen on the first run. Upgrade button on the menu.
MajorGeeks download is for the Free Version.