ZipSnapNG 3.1.1

Developer's description
Published by ZipSnapNG on 5 Sep 2016

"Portable multi-platform backup tool"

ZipSnapNG is a portable multi-platform backup tool which, despite its simplicity (200Kb and no installation required), provides advanced features such as incremental backup, data deduplication, encryption and configurable retention. It may run through the command line or within a graphical interface.
Key Features - Incremental backup: a new snapshot is created upon each run and only new or modified files are added to it, Binary deltas: only the portion (data slices) of the file that has changed is saved or restored, Data deduplication: across directories/snapshots/computers, prevent storing copied/renamed/moved contents or any data slice already in the catalog, Encryption support: generate password-protected backup sets, Graphical interface: provide a simple graphical interface which exposes all the features, Purge old data: remove from the catalog the oldest snapshots and associated data, Custom action: a custom script can be executed automatically when the backup process is finished, Multiple restore options: original location, different directory or merge with existing directories, Windows Shadow Copy support: integration with Windows VSS to handle opened files, Multi-volumes archive: split the backup archive in multiple, smaller files

Requirements: JRE 6+

What's new in this version: No more preliminary configuration required, a single executable jar is provided for all the platforms. Added capability to handle symlinks. Detect automatically if running command line or with the GUI. A backup set taken in Unix can be restored in Windows and viceversa

  • Size

    350.00 KB
  • License

    Freeware
  • OS

    Windows
  • Price

    $0
  • Updated

    5 Sep 2016
  • Downloads

    260 (1 last week)

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