CyberLink PowerBackup is one of the easiest backup copy tools we’ve seen – and believe us, here at Softonic, we’ve tested a few.
To use CyberLink PowerBackup you only need to follow four simple steps. The first one is obviously selecting the data you want to back up – either folders and files, or application data. Then you need to pick a destination to store that information, including removable media such as DVD and blu-ray discs.
The third step in CyberLink PowerBackup is choosing a backup method from full (which backs up all selected files and folders), differential (which only backs up those files that have been added or modified since the last full backup) and incremental (which backs up files and folders that have been modified since the last incremental backup).
Once you’ve configured all the options you can hit the Back Up Now button to finally start the process, or add it to the Scheduler function in CyberLink PowerBackup so that the copies are done automatically.
CyberLink PowerBackup features other common options in backup software, such as password protection and the ability to ZIP backups so that they take up less space. No other advanced options, though.
CyberLink PowerBackup may not be a very sophisticated backup program, but it’s easy to use and does what it says on the tin.