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I have used Cobian since version 6, and have always liked its reliability and many features (including compressed, encrypted, and FTP backups). But you can't delete files in the destination that have been deleted in the source. So when you try to do a restore, you are left with a confusing mess to deal with. It used to be (up to version 7) that there were ways around this limitation. For example, a zip compressed backup would not include deleted files. But even this has been changed in version 8. This is done on purpose by the author; he has a bug about never deleting anything, so this will not get fixed. Reluctantly, I am no longer using Cobian; SyncBackSE works well for me now.
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