Your daily local backup
Why UpdateStar Local Backup? Because your data is worth a backup copy! The software not only copies the original files but also future changes made to the files and directories.
 
The files are copied exactly and put on the target disk so that they can also be accessed using the Windows Explorer.
 
Why you should try Local Backup
Local Backup backups your important files and folders automatically. If you want to backup photos, videos and other important files on an external USB stick the software copies the original files as well as all changed versions of the the files and directories. The backup process starts following the pre-defined schedule or automatically when a removable device is re-connected. All backup files can always be accessed using the Windows Explorer.
Intelligent Scheduling
Local Backup is intended for users who rarely create data backups, because it seems too complicated. The backup process can start automatically by connecting a backup device to the computer. This allows users to create backups exactly when they need it, for example immediately after importing photos and videos from a digital camera. The user interface is simple and intuitive and with a few clicks you can set up your backup schedule. Local Backup provides reliable protection against a loss of data due to accidental deletion or a virus attack.
Automatic File Synchronization
Just connect an external disk to the computer and Local Backup checks whether there have been changes to the original files or folders that are already on the external disk. A manual start is not required. You can select files, folders or entire partitions you wish to backup.
Top reasons why our users use Local Backup

Provides full backup, differential backup with backup of changed files, and synchronization

Offers easy scheduling with backups carried out with new connections only, or on a daily/weekly basis

Includes an event viewer to see logs of program-activities
Get the free trial version and learn how easy is to get started with our Getting Started guide.


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