Karen's Replicator

Karen's Replicator

Free
Make backups of your important data in an easy and automatic way
4.4  (16 votes)
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Make backups of your folders and files is always necessary, but not always a simple process. Many times you have to spend many hours to make successful backups of your important data. But now with Kare's Replicator, this process could be done almost automatically and save a lot of time. This great application gives the possibility to make backups of your important files in other disk or directory within your own PC, or other PCs using your LAN.

Some key features of Karen's Replicator:
- The application will copy selected files or folders, from one unit to another. The source and destiny folders can be in the same unit, or in any other machine connected by a local network.
- The application will also let you to schedule your backups, and once this task is saved, it will automatically perform it.
- The application can support very big files.
- The applications is able to make "intelligent backups", because it can detect those files that have been edited since last backup process, and only copy those edited files.

If you were looking for a good alternative to make backups of your important data, and save your precious time, then Karen's Replicator is an excellent alternative, and the best, It's free!

Daniel Mantilla
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Gary

Gary Be aware that there is a new problem with Karen's Replicator running under Windows 10 only. If you are using Win 10, KR can no longer create folders on the duplicate drive, and therefore trying to copy files into those (non-existent) folders fails. I don't know what changed in Win 10, but I really hope that Microsoft changes it back, or that someone who knows how to code will patch KR for us.

In the meantime, check the log file after you run KR, and create any required folders on the duplicate/backup drive manually, then run KR a second time.

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HenkE

HenkE Excellent backup program. I've used it for some years without any problems.

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Peter

Peter It's very simple and effective.

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