Home Forums Windows Help Which simple backup software should I use? Forum Rules | Contact Forum Editor | Report a Post Which simple backup software should I use? JoeName 09:06 31 Jan 2018 Locked Hi, I need some help finding some good backup software that does what I need... Requirements: file and folder backup, not whole system. automatic, scheduled backups backup to network drive not file history. I just want the files to be copied over and replaced if they've altered. I don't want to be able to recover old versions. backup files to be exact copies, not compressed. ~windows 10 Does anyone have any recommendations? I've tried File History on my last PC and it is not what I want. Previously I've tried Seagate software and several freeware backup programs. Any advice much appreciated. Thanks alanrwood 11:54 31 Jan 2018 I have used FBackup for a long time and it does everything you want in the free version. click here Forum Editor 17:03 01 Feb 2018 I use Allway Sync. I've used it for years. It does exactly what I want it to do, and experience has shown it to be very reliable. I run the Pro version, but the free version is excellent. JoeName 19:00 01 Feb 2018 Thanks both I will have a good look at both of those. HugeMonkey5 12:56 02 Feb 2018 Just simple Google Drive works for me as backup service Paulius55 18:01 04 Feb 2018 I use EZBackitup. It does everything that you describe. Larches 21:09 04 Feb 2018 I recently found SyncFolders and it works a treat. I also like Back4Sure for its simplicity. 1]: [click here 2]: [click here mole44 13:12 05 Feb 2018 If you have a western digital drive anywhere on your system then western digital do a cut down version of acronis to clone your drive. Celestialcrystal 08:18 27 Feb 2018 You can try AOMEI Backupper Professional version. It can automatically delete old backups during or after a backup: click here gowtham2018 10:58 04 May 2018 Have you tried vembu BDR suite 3.9 ? It has all functionality which you are looking at.It is free to use for one month with 10 GB free cloud Storage. This thread is now locked and can not be replied to.