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I am brand new to Backupper, and am a bit confused about some of the options. (Actually, I find similar confusing issues with many other backup programs as well.)
I'm running Win7 64-bit. Currently, my one and only HDD has three partitions: the unnamed boot partition, C: ("System") and E: ("Data I intend to run a full backup every once in a while, and differential backups fairly often. I have two purposes in backing up: 1) if my HDD blows up, I'd like to restore everything to a new drive, and 2) I'd like to be able to restore individual files that I may have changed or deleted since a previous backup. Now,
--When I do a System Backup, I think that Backupper is showing that it will be backing up the unnamed boot partition and the C: partition. Is that right? Would I have to back up the E: partition separately?
--If I do a System Backup (or a Disk or Partition Backup), are individual files available for restoring? That is, for my two purposes above, would I have to do a System Backup (for when my HDD dies) and a File/Folder Backup to back up the individual files?
So far Backupper looks good to me; I'm eager to explore it. Thanks for any answers. --Howard