Watch the video:
0:00 - Explanation 0:40 - What Duplicati does 1:15 - Downloading for Windows & more 1:34 - Duplicati example 2:35 - Installing Duplicati on Windows 2:54 - First setup on Duplicati 4:14 - Creating a new backup with Duplicati 6:24 - Choosing files for a backup 7:39 - Filtering files in a backup 8:20 - Scheduling backups 8:46 - Backup type: All backups, Rolling, Smart, etc. 10:11 - Running a backup 11:39 - How good is default compression (DEFLATE)? 11:57 - Restoring from Duplicati backups 12:18 - Where local Duplicati files are 12:59 - Restoring files from external/old backups 14:31 - Add existing backups from other PCs/Drives/Installs 16:41 - Different compression methods
Duplicati: The best free/open-source backup software you’re likely not already using. Rolling, incremental, encrypted backups + Cloud compatibility. It’s everything you want in a good backup solution and more! No longer risk losing your data, or previous copies of it, all with minimal space impact.
Download Duplicati: https://www.duplicati.com/download
My results (All file types):
- Default: 63.17 GB into 58.55GB (~80MB/s)
- LZMA (level 9): 63.17GB into 57.45GB (~20MB/s)
LZMA is much heavier on the CPU and much slower. My opinion? Default is good enough for most things most of the time.