Duplicacy: backup solution for Windows, Linux and macOS




When it comes to backup all roads lead to Rome. Many of these routes we have described in the last few years here in the blog, from simple Kopierei through to the encrypted cloud backup is in our archives actually everything available. So far missing in our blog but the reference to duplicacy . This is a free program for home users, which can be had for macOS, Windows and Linux. Duplicacy relies not only on securing inside the own network, you can also save backups in the cloud, even encrypted. Here then is the own SFTP available, alternatively Backblaze, Amazon S3, Google Cloud Storage, Microsoft Azure and Dropbox.

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I personally duplicacy would not necessarily recommend the bloody beginners, a bit should be familiar already with the English software. Duplicacy is nothing to synchronize or backup an individual folder, there is instead a source and a destination. Here you realize that the software is more intended to secure its own repository with versioning, but of course you can also secure his photo folder from A to B.

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It is important to know that is saved here each at adjustable intervals. This is also very practical: If you start the backup process manually, so you get a nag screen the free version presented in the use of the timer has not come up with this.

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In general, it should be: Who ensures datasets that change very little, which is here certainly need to plan for extra storage only slightly, depending on the project the whole can indeed be, as the each-added or no longer available files in the snapshot are available. Individual files or complete revisions can be restored via the Restore tab. As mentioned: Maybe not for the bloody beginners, rather for people who use a repo. Other solutions off a repo solution? Here may then certainly Veeam Backup Endpoint or ToDo Backup mentioned.


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