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windows settings backup program cloneapp

CloneApp: backup Windows program settings
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Quote:CloneApp 2.0 is a free program for Microsoft Windows devices to back up preferences, settings and other data of supported applications.

Windows users have access to plenty of backup programs to back up individual folders, partitions or the entire system. A full system backup includes data of installed programs and program files but it is probably not the best solution if you just want to restore program preferences or a previous state of a program. It works, but it will roll back any other changes on the system as well.

CloneApp supports more than 240 programs in version 2.0; you may use the program to back up specific programs, provided they are supported by the application, and restore the programs later on.

CloneApp is a portable program that you can run from any location. All you have to do is extract the downloaded archive and run CloneApp.exe to start it.

The CloneApp interface is divided into three panes:

The first lists main program functions such as backup or restore.
The second lists all supported programs.
The third lists log information
Select the programs that you want to save data from if you want to start a new backup process. Many popular programs are supported including CCleaner, Audacity, Classic Shell, Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer.

CloneApp comes without search functionality which means that you will have to go through the listing manually to check programs that you want to backup.


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