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Reuschtools 4.32 (Trial)

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Create backups and set up restore points easily for your Windows or folders by using the easily-accessible context menu functions

Reuschtools is a software tool that can be used in order to aid individuals prevent sudden data loss or a quick restoration of your PC, by backing up your OS, installed products and folders to any external data device or the network.

Seamless setup and minimal interface

The installation process does not come with any kind of surprises, and it is over in a jiffy. Once you finalize it, you come face to face with a pretty basic GUI, yet not pretty appealing design. It encompasses a few buttons and a pane to display the target drives. Tutorials and FAQs are provided online, thus ensuring that anybody can get around it, including those with little or no previous experience with computers.

Two modes to take advantage of

This application incorporates two modes, namely one for backing up your Windows and installed programs, and the other for saving your files and folders for safe keeping. In addition to that, you should know that new entries will be created to the Windows context menu, so that you can access the aforementioned modes with just a few clicks.

Options you can tweak

Regardless of the method chosen, it is possible to encrypt the resulted ZIP, use the date and time for the name of the archive and show or hide paths. A scheduler is available and you can delete items from the hard disk after the backup is created, and you can also save an access control list.

Bottom line

To conclude, Reuschtools is a useful piece of software for backing up your operating system, important data and installed apps. The interface you come is accessible to all users, all tasks are performed in due time, we did not pick up on any errors or bugs in our tests and it does not affect the system’s performance.

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