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Backup Assist v3.5
Backup Assist v3.5 Easily backup your data to an external hard drive. Simply select the items you wish to backup, choose your destination, and the tool does the rest. It also features an Advanced mode where you can add custom locations to your backup, choose to automatically shutdown your computer when the backup is complete, and for advanced users the ability to change the backup type. You can also backup to a network location (mapped drive) but need to follow instructions here first: Backing up to a mapped network location rather than an external drive Although this tool was primarily created to allow you to easily backup to an external hard drive, you can also use it to backup to a network location (mapped drive) but you do need to follow the steps below to be able to do this - if not you will see the following error in your backup logs. This is because the underlying code performing the backup requires administrative access to the destination location and mapping a drive normally in Windows File Explorer alone doesn't give it the required permissions. Error Path: Z:\Example_Mapped_Drive_Path\Backup Error Code: (0x00000003) Error Description: The system cannot find the path specified. For these instructions we are mapping drive Z: to a location called \\TESTPC\BackupFolder as an example. 1) Disconnect the existing mapped drive in File Explorer e.g. right click on it and choose Disconnect 2) Open Windows PowerShell as administrator - the quickest way is to right click on the Start Menu and choose Windows PowerShell (Admin) or Terminal (Admin) 3) Type the following command and press return (changing the drive letter and path to your desired driver letter and location): NET USE Z: \\TESTPC\BackupFolder /PERSISTENT:YES 4) Now map the drive in File Explorer as you normally would 5) You can now use Backup Assist to backup to this network location Changes: 09/06/23 v3.5 Added load / ...
5/5 2,410 Aug 16, 2023
PC Assist Software AppCompactor v3.5 AppCompactor v3.5 AppCompactor allows you to easily compress application to decrease size on disk and increase performance when running from a slow media (like flash drives). It features: Proven UPX binary compressor 7-Zip compression of archives Multiple compression levels Automatic testing of compressed files Automatically skips <4K files (no space savings) Add inclusions/exclusions using Format Compression of DLL, EXE, ZIP, JAR, IRC, PYD and BINs in all directories Automatically skip launcher if selecting Format apps' base directory Automatically excludes Visual C++ runtimes and Qt image handlers Saving up to 50% or more installed space of many apps Faster application starts from flash drives The same technology we formerly used in Portable, Pidgin Portable, GIMP Portable and more! Helpful tips: Don't compress NSIS launchers (FirefoxPortable.exe, etc), they'll break It's best to have the app you're compressing reside on a hard drive (at least temporarily) rather than a flash drive to improve performance and decrease writes to your flash drive You can disable the Welcome screen or have the console window stay by editing the settings.ini in the Data directory Only NRV2E should be used for Releases (including development tests and pre-releases) unless it's a small app (one exe and a dll or two) and very easy for you to test every feature and function on every Windows OS. Always back up your files before using this tool as it will not work with all applications. False Positive Note: The current UPX 64-bit binary has false positives ...
5/5 3,295 Jan 12, 2022
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