Trigger Automatic Backups On Application Closure with TAME [Backup Utility]
By on June 27th, 2008

Backing up files is a very important process of securing your data and many of you may already have scheduled backups to occur at a certain time, but what if something goes wrong right after a application closes? You may probably lose important settings and logs which you may have scheduled to backup at a later date.

TAME is a software which allows you to trigger backups when a application closes, backing up the folder you choose to. The TAME engine monitors the application and triggers the backup action when you close the application.

A good example for this can be derived for the Instant messaging applications which store your chat archives on your PC, if something goes wrong with the application your chat history may disappear or be deleted. You could use TAME with practically any software.

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