A short but informative write up from-http://jonathanstool...wn-just-back-up.html
Titan Backup impressed me with its feature set, yet still is easy to use.
Backup item selection: Files, folders, and entire drives. Select by browsing or specifying inclusion and/or exclusion file masks. Can automatically exclude temporary and useless files. Predefined sets provided for picture, music, video, financial, and productivity (Office, PDF, etc.) file extensions. You can see only file names and sizes when selecting, but not dates or other properties.
Profiles: You can set up multiple backup sets for different purposes through a step-by-step wizard. Special file types you can select include emails, contacts, rules, signatures (predefined sets for Outlook Express, Outlook, Eudora, Thunderbird, Opera, and Windows Mail); registry keys; and user settings for Windows, browsers, IM clients, media players, and certain utilities.
Backup types: Full, differential, and incremental, with or without versioning. A preview window shows differences between the current file and the last backup.
Scheduler: Manual, one time, on Windows startup or shutdown, or by day of the week or an interval of hours or days .
File format and encryption: Native or compressed ZIP format (can be encrypted with a ZIP password) or 256-bit AES encryption.
Destinations: Backups can be copied to a hard disk or other drive, burned to a CD or DVD (with spanning), or transmitted over the Internet by FTP.
Notification: Titan can email you to notify you of the results of its operations.
Special functions: Does not back up open files. Automatically finds Outlook, Outlook Express, and other special data files (see “Profiles” above). Titan Backup can run specified programs before and/or after backup. It can back up the Windows registry.
Ease of use and GUI: This program’s GUI is slick and easy to use, but presents a lot of choices.
Windows versions supported: 95, 98, ME, NT, 2000, XP, Vista.
Titan Backup costs $39.95.
Download site: http://www.titanbackup.com