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1. Currently, restoring files from a File Backup is quite a hassle, since there is no way to search for or filter files in the UI and no information whatsoever is given about the files (e.g. size, modification date, attributes). The best method would be to allow for a way to mount File Backups to a volume letter, just like it's done for System/Disk/Partition Backups. This has the added advantage of being able to compare files/folders via external tools, such as Total Commander's Synchronize Directories. I do realize that this would amount to building a virtual filesystem, whereas Partition Backups have their own filesystems that can be mounted directly, so it's a different endeavor altogether. However, the current way of restoring files is lacking to say the least, and this would definitely be the most flexible method.
2. The file/folder exclusion pattern in the UI does not allow for a long list, whereas it looks like that extending the list directly inside the tasks2.2.xml file allows for a much longer list. Could you extend the amount of characters that is allowed in the UI?
3. It would be great to be able to mount differential/incremental backups showing ONLY the new/modified files, in order to gain insight in what has changed on the system (this has been requested before).