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Backup Revision Folder

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HankFriedman:
Is it possible to select all files in a folder that have a specific extension, so that the program automatically monitors and backs up changes of that file type?

That would be much more protective, in case a user doesn't remember to add a file to your listing.

Midnight Rambler:
These are incremental file/folder revision backup programs mentioned in the July, 2006 issue of PCWorld:

NTI Shadow 3 <http://www.ntius.com/shadow.asp>, and
Stardock KeepSafe <http://www.stardock.com/products/keepsafe/>.

Am I barking up the wrong tree here?

urlwolf:
quick question... is Backup Revision Folder overlapping the functionality in filehamster? If so, what are the advantages of Backup Revision Folder over filehamster?

brett:
FileHampster is excellent. I wish I had found it before I tried to roll my own. I guess one advantage is that if you know AHK you can alter it to suit your needs.

Is it possible to select all files in a folder that have a specific extension, so that the program automatically monitors and backs up changes of that file type?

That would be much more protective, in case a user doesn't remember to add a file to your listing.
-HankFriedman (May 31, 2007, 10:21 AM)
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sounds like a great idea, i will see what I can do.

Brett

Liquidmantis:
Another contender in this space, and the one I bought some time ago, is AJC Soft's Active Backup.  It monitors specified locations for specified file types and versions them automatically at save time.

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