Taking regular backups of your files is a really good habit.
But do you take advantage of incremental backups when backing up your files?
The Incremental Backup concept
An incremental backup is a type of backup that only copies files that have changed since the previous backup.
For example, if a full backup was performed today, the next incremental backup will only take all changed files since today’s backup. This is really helpful to reduce your time spent on taking backups and avoiding repetition of files with the same content.
In this post, we will show you how to do incremental backup using Copywhiz.
What is Copywhiz?
Enhance your file-copy experience with Copywhiz as it let’s you to have more flexibility & more control over the file-copying process. Here is how Copywhiz makes file copying a breeze:
Steps to perform incremental backup
Here is a small video depicting the feature:
- Go to Windows File Explorer, select the files from the source folder, right-click and choose Copywhiz–>Copy as shown below:
- Right-click inside the destination folder where you wish to copy the files and select Copywhiz–>Paste Advanced:
- Copywhiz Window will open. Click on ‘Advanced Settings’ button and select “Automatically identify & paste only new or modified files” and click ‘OK’:
- Click on “Paste Now” and your files will be copied instantly. You can click on “Paste later” so that your files will be scheduled for copying later. Useful for backups.
That’s it. Incremental backups is very straightforward using Copywhiz.
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