Easy for the Novice
Buddha Backup has a setup designed for novice users with an interface that is both easy to setup, understand, and use.
Powerful for the Expert
For more experienced users and power users Buddha Backup offers a very high degree of control. You can set it up to work the way you work.
File Sync Logic
Buddha Backup has sophisticated file sync logic for backups providing for instant data access from your backup location after a computer failure.
The Archive backup feature keeps an archive holding a copy of every file ever created or modified at each backup. Keep every version of backed up files in case you need to dig up an old copy.
With the archive backup option enabled you can browse through snapshots of files taken at the time of each backup/file sync operation and restore versions of files/folders from those snapshots.
The Auto Purge option removes old files from the archive backup folder when you run out of space on the backup media to create room for newer files.
The File Log shows which files have been backed up or synced for each backup or file sync operation.
High Style Interface
The highly informative interface will remind you of the dashboard of a European sports car (for those who like a bling interface and "chrome rims").
Volume Shadow Copy Service
This feature allows for backing up files while their host programs are open; you can continue working while you backup.
Automatic Backup System
There is an Automatic backup system built-in to Buddha Backup to allow for backups when the system has been idle for a specified time or on a specific schedule set by you.
Reverse and Recovery Backup
Reverse and recovery backup options allow for recovery and transfer of data from backup location to a new or restored system, simplifying data recovery.
The Control Backup feature allows you to control backup behavior and perform backups the way you want through an intuitive visual interface.
One-Way and Two-Way Backups
Both one-way and two-way backups are supported by Buddha Backup. One-way copies data from one location to another. Two-way synchronizes your files between two locations so any new or modified files get copied from one location to the other.
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