> On 08.03.02 at 21:58 Subscriber wrote:
> >>Your best bet is to find a backup program
> >>that supports CDRW drives. Many of them now support Tapes, CDRW, Zip
> >>disks, etc.
> >Could you please recommend one?
> You should be able to use any program because windows writes to your
> CD-RW via a packet writer (which you get included with current CD
> burning software), so you can write to it like any other drive.
Clear, this is what I do: compress a set of files I want with WinRAR and
than copy them to the CD-RW disk. But Jan wrote:
>A backup program will allow you to easily do full backups,
>append new files, do a selective backup, backup only changed files, etc.
>You can accomplish the above using other means, but I find a dedicated
>backup program makes it easier
This is what I meant: Could someone share his/her experience with such a
dedicated backup program?
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