Archiving Files
November 10, 2004 2:33 PM   Subscribe

Does anyone have any good picture/file archiving software? Specifically, I'm looking for a Windows or linux program that will do the following:

1) Support full and differential or incremental backups of directories (i.e.: just the ones that have changed since the last backup or the first backup).

2) Burn both CDs and DVDs (not using other packet-writing software).

3) Create normally readable, uncompressed discs (not blob files that can only be read by the same program).

4) Preferably, include an html preview of the whole backup set on each disc.

Basically, I think I'm looking for the exact feature set of Archive Creator, but with incremental backups or "all files created since" features, which it does not seem to do.
posted by Caviar to Computers & Internet (5 answers total)
Handy backup does some of that. And I approve this software.
posted by seanyboy at 4:20 PM on November 10, 2004

Plus - Dude! [More inside] is your friend.
posted by seanyboy at 4:21 PM on November 10, 2004

I don't know about all the features, but my backup program of choice is syncback
posted by ascullion at 5:56 PM on November 10, 2004

Oh, meant to say, syncback is freeware.
posted by ascullion at 5:57 PM on November 10, 2004

Response by poster: Yikes - sorry about putting everything on the front page.

Where are the tags for cutting documented?
posted by Caviar at 8:33 PM on November 10, 2004

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