Ok, after having probably reinstalled my PC around 10 times in the past 30 days, i’m now back to a setup i feel comfortable with. I’m now back to running Windows 10 LTSC and have only what i need installed. Since i plan on running this for a while, i’d like to set up a backup again.
Some time back i had Veeam Endpoint on my PC, which does what i need and nothing more. Since it’s been some time though, i thought i’d ask if there is anything better out there by now.
I’d need something that allows Drive level selection (folder exclusion is not needed, but i’d take it), Full-Incremental Backups to keep storage needed to a minimum, Browsable Backups with the ability to restore either individual files or my whole PC. Backup Targets can be local disk or SMB Shares. Ideally, all of this free and in a no nonsense Interface.
I don’t need fine controll over what to backup or when to do it. Just a once per day Backup i can restore files and my PC from. Also offsite backup and cloud sync or such is all not needed in my case. It would be great if it had an option to handle Backups when the PC was off. So either do them later, or do a backup before shutdown or such.
What do you recommend?