@max software

Backing up of files

@MAX SyncUp provides a number of options to back up your files. You can use different formats and different locations for backup copies. You can back up files to your local hard drive; another computer or a NAS (network-attached storage) in your LAN; an FTP, SFTP, or WebDAV-server; a USB drive; or the Google Drive cloud storage. You can compress (and also encrypt) your backups or keep them uncompressed as files in a folder. In any case, you can keep multiple versions of the same file and, if necessary, restore the version at a specific date.

To back up data, you need to create a backup profile using the New profile wizard that guides you through the whole process of creating a backup profile in a step-by-step manner. Once a backup profile is created, you can back up files automatically or manually.

Here are some examples how to configure a backup in @MAX SyncUp:


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