If a file is in use by another program at the time of the backup, FBackup will still be able to back up that file, because it uses the Volume Shadow Service that Windows provides. So, as long as you're using Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Server 2019/2016/2012/2008/2003 (32/64-bit), FBackup will back up those open files. As an example, you will be able to back up your Outlook emails and settings without closing the program first.
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Backup & Restore Wizards
FBackup includes a step-by-step wizard with instructions to create a new backup job by selecting Where, What, How and When to backup.
It also includes a wizard for restoring files. You can quickly restore the latest version of a file/folder as well as restoring versions of files backed up at a specific date.
Backup Catalog File
FBackup stores a summary snapshot of the file and folder information into a backup catalog file (".fkc") each time a backup runs.
This catalog is stored in a different file than the backup itself and is used to keep track of backed up data. The advantage of using a catalog is faster backup execution and no 3rd party interference.