|Backup select file
|Backing up just the files you select is a significant time-saver. You can choose private files by libraries or folders, like documents, photos, videos, etc.
|It means to support automatically incremental backup, differential backup, and other flexible controls.
|FTP and network backup
|Backing up to other computers on your network or by FTP safeguards your data with an offsite physically discrete copy.
|Optical device support
|It supports optical devices as archive media.
|Overwriting previous files is not a good backup; it's one-way syncing or mirroring. It allows you to retain several previous backups if something goes wrong in the latest file.
|Encrypt files and removable media, such as USB keys on Windows operating system.
|If the system crash completely, you need an alternate way to boot and run the recovery software. It can create a bootable optical disc or USB thumb drive.