-=PCTechTalk=- Re: Go Back

Boyyyyyyyyy that is a mouthfull...or a mind full.
OK...what is SIMPLE to use?  I don't have business files to back up or any 
personal info..I don't keep such stuff on computer. I store it on cd... Only 
thing I really need to keep is graphic files for drawings and downloaded 
purchased formats for my embroidery machine.   Which of all THAT you talked 
about would be worth using for what I have???
ML
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike" <mikebike@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <pctechtalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2005 8:10 PM
Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: Go Back


Hi ML,
Go Back was a good program last time I used it.

I quit using it when Norton/Symantec bought it I found it inconvenient to=
 use as it was constantly using memory to backup things as I was using the=
 computer.
That was back when I was using Win 98SE with an MMX 200 with 128 meg of=
 ram.

It works in the background monitoring changes you make to to documents,=
 programs, and settings.

If something goes wrong you can Go Back with a mouse click.

System Restore only makes an automatic backup point once a day unless you=
 remember to make them more often.

Deep Freeze offer a program that will freeze the system state and restore=
 it back to that point each time you reboot.
It is used in many libraries and internet cafe's.

In Canada a singe use licence is $39.95/29.95 US

Take a look at this free program;
http://www.alistairgeorge.com/b4win/

Back4Win=A9   Backup Software
Easy to use Backup program with many features including backup disk=
 spanning to CDR(WinXP) and CDRW.
The most critical advantage of Back4Win =A9 over other backup software is=
 its reliability.

Losing Data (computer files) is at least disconcerting, at most potential=
 failure of your business!. Backup software used regularly , insures your=
 computer against these losses by storing copies of your data in a safe=
 place. Back4Win is free, and is highly regarded by thousands of users as a=
 no-cost solution for data integrity. Business users should seriously=
 consider the very low cost of $24.95 for Back4WinXP which, along with many=
 other features, automatically keeps all versions of critical files, so you=
 can go back to any version. This 'Stealth' mode makes Back4WinXP=
 tremendously more secure than regular backups. *  Industry standard ZIP=
 compression ensures that your data will be accessible regardless of which=
 PC operating system, or version you are using (eg Linux, Windows(all) Mac=
 and so on).
*  Optionally backup your data as an EXE file that can be expanded on most=
 machines without decompression software.
*  Restore from damaged backups, or even spanned backups with missing or=
 damaged disks (directory disk is not needed).
*  Backups are labeled with a unique easy-to-find time stamp.
*  Variable compression rates to suit different machine specifications=
 (older machines perform faster with lower compression rates)
*  Powerful arrangement of backup size - spanning disks, predefined disk=
 size to suit CDR and CDRW media etc.
*  Optional Password locking of the ZIP file ensures you or your licensee=
 are the only ones able to access sensitive data.
*  Logical, easy to use functions without annoying pop-up windows.
*  Various modes of backup operation provide easier and faster ways of=
 doing your backups.
*  The Restore window lets you select single, several or all files of a=
 backup set to restore.
*  Does not have 2Gb and 65535 file limit of other ZIP backup programs
*  Burn CD to CD/CDRW Back4WinXP
*  Many other useful features.
++ There is more on the web site.

Mike ~ one of the Moderators
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On 10/9/2005 at 7:42 PM milady wrote:

But THAT doesnt answer the question...what makes it better? If anything?
ML
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Mike" <mikebike@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <pctechtalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, October 09, 2005 7:35 PM
Subject: -=3DPCTechTalk=3D- Re: Go Back


Hi Lyn,
Go Back was a Roxio product that Norton/Symantec bought up.
www.symantec.com/goback/

Mike the mod
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On 10/10/2005 at 11:50 AM Lyn Scott wrote:

Lionel, Is that "Go Back" specific to Nortons or can it be found elsewhere?
Lyn



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