Bandwidth Throttling

Zoolz backs up to Amazon S3 servers, and does not limit or cap uploading speed unless the user choose to throttle the bandwidth taken by Zoolz. You can enable the bandwidth throttling and schedule it (if needed) as the following:

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Multi-threaded Upload

This method of uploading files will speed up your backup by uploading more than one batch at a time. On the other hand, this means that more bandwidth will be used, since we are uploading more files at a time. You can enable/disable the Multithreaded upload option as the following: Enabling the Bandwidth Throttling option […]

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Zoolz options in context menu

Zoolz provides the following options in the Windows context menu: Add to backup: This option will appear when right-clicking a file/folder which is not included in the backup. Remove from backup: This option will appear when right-clicking a file/folder which is included in the backup. Zoolz: This option enables you to View deleted files and to […]

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Incremental backup method

Zoolz uses an incremental backup method. After the initial full backup, Zoolz will start acting in an incremental mode, in which only the new and modified files will be backed up, saving your bandwidth and creating file versions on the server side to allow you to go back to an older state of the file when needed. […]

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