I've always been interested in trying it out. I read what others are saying here. Tranglos, George and a few others seem to be satisfied.
- Proprietary format for compressions
- There's this thing about AJC being ported to .NET in a relatively near future... But I guess one could just keep using version 1.9 for the next year(s) if it's alreadycompatible with Win7.
- Feature list isn't as interesting as FileHamster's
- Light on resources
- reliable (according to users, not according to me)
- Feature list might not be as interesting as FileHamster's but still more sophisticated than alternatives like AutoVer (free though...)
I use AutoVer at the moment and it does a good jobs. Options are limited though (e.g. can't rename a version... So you need to keep some separate notes if a version has some special data that could eventually be useful), and backups are uncompressed (well, I do use NTFS compression... But that doesn't really count
) and full.
Will think about it some more tomorrow. I've already spent 20 something dollars on oops the other week (gave it to my brother for his accountant files, as I won't be using it).