AK One-click BackUp for WinRAR
|Op. System:||WinXP, WinVista, WinVista x64, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win2000, Windows2000, Windows2003|
|File size:||1.01 MB|
Publisher description for AK One-click BackUp for WinRAR
One-click BackUp (OCB) is a powerful but easy-to-use file backup manager for WinRAR. RAR files can usually compress content 8 to 30 percent better than ZIP compression, providing better file safety and secrecy. OCB is capable of creating RAR and ZIP archives, as well as self-extracting EXE archives - you won't need any software at all to extract your files. Working with the program is real pleasure because of the intuitive interface and customizable skins. OCB provides all key features of WinRAR: high compression ratio, AES 128bit encryption, volumes and other useful stuff. Moreover, OCB enables you to store archives in different places to increase the safety of your files (HDD, USB drives, FDD, ZIP, CD/DVD, network folders or drives, FTP and SMTP servers). The program also has an internal scheduler, which can be used to execute backup tasks at defined time and it supports the command line, so you can also use OCB with external schedulers. Besides the standard scheduler features, OCB has a Shell Notifier to automatically start the backup process when the content of a selected folder changes. Sysadmins will enjoy the startup service, anti-hooligan protection and the remote control feature. You can start, stop, schedule or un-schedule backup tasks remotely from any computer connected to the Internet or the LAN. The remote control makes it possible for you to see all program responses in real-time, the complete log and the schedule list. Remote control can also be used to reboot, shutdown or hibernate the computer immediately or at a desired time. Most of the time, OCB is hidden to the system tray and doesn't bother you, doing its work with a low priority. However, whenever an error occurs, OCB will immediately send a notification to your e-mail. You will be able to find out what happened using the detailed log file which is accessible both from the main window and from the remote access via a web browser such as Internet Explorer.