BKUP copies files from one directory to another "backup" directory.
A copy of the complete directory structure can be created in the "backup" directory.
Incremental backups can be made.
Only files which have changed since the last backup will be copied.
If you highlight a file or directory in File Manager then right click and choose SendTo|Backup, BKUP willl start with that path as the source path.
I'm sorry this is so complicated. I'll try to get around to making an automatic installer soon.
Copy the exe into any directory (e.g. C:\Utils) then create a link to it in the "C:\Documents and Settings\[your name]\SendTo" directory where [your name] is the name of you as a "user". On my PC, it's "peter.PRB.000" so my link is in:
C:\Documents and Settings\peter.PRB.000\SendTo\Bkup.lnk
The directory may be Hidden. To see it, in XP File Manager (other OS may be different):
To make the shortcut, select the File|New|Shortcut menu command and follow the instructions of the wizard.
If you highlight a file or directory in File Manager then right click and choose SendTo. Under "Send To" you'll see "Backup". Click on it. BKUP willl start with that path as the source path.
The number of file names you can you pick up is limited to a total text size of around 2000 characters.
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