3. On this page you can add the backup sources by pressing the Add folder and Add files buttons. When ready, press Next
4. On this page, you can select the backup type. In this example we will use the smart backup type.
5. In Backup Properties->Smart, we set the limit of backup size to 500 MB.
6. In Explore View (F2) of Backup4all, we can see the backup sources.
2. For the second backup execution we will add a new folder called “02” in backup sources on D: drive.
3. After the 2nd backup execution we get in destination: 2_D.zip which is the second backup version, containing only folder “02”.
4. For the 3rd backup execution we will add a new folder to D: drive, called “01”. The size of “01” folder is 186 MB. We will get in destination an incremental backup 3_D.zip.
5. For the 4th backup execution we will change an existing source file on D: drive. The size of the changed file is 35 MB. An incremental will be generated 4_D.zip
6. For the 5th backup execution we will change again the same source file on D: drive. The size of the changed file is 35 MB. An incremental will be generated 5_D.zip
7. For the 6th backup execution we will change again the same source file of 35 MB. Because the limit is almost reached, Backup4all asks the user if he agrees to delete all backups except the last full and run a differential since the last full. The backup numbers: 2, 3, 4 and 5 will be merged with the new created backup in backup number 6 (file 6_D.zip).
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