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I wanted a cheap backup utility to save my User folder in Vista to a Toshiba external hard drive. The Toshiba drive (1TB) had some built-in software, but only scheduled for once a day backup as the minimum interval. I tried Allway Sync and was pleased that it could be set for one direction or bi-directional sync of files from any folder in Windows Explorer in just minutes. The program has many settings, but they are quick to set up. You can even change the skin design to look like Vista. I set up a folder to move files from C:Users to the backup drive, where I created the path of new folders as N:llway SyncUsers in the backup. I set the direction as one way and then had the program analyze and sync the files. This process took a few hours to move and sync 53,000 files. You get alerts for files with extra long names if they exceed the permissible length. You can go to the backup dive and open any file, just like the original. Old versions may be saved or sent to the Recycle bin