The short answer is: No. Zoolz does not place limits on individual file sizes. Furthermore, we don’t throttle upload speeds, no matter how much data you have backed up. You can upload/download as much data as your plan allows you to. However, when you upload/download your data directly to/from your account via a web browser, […]
You can now upload files/folders from any machine (Without having the Zoolz desktop client installed on it) directly to your online account. Here is how to do so:
Using the Default Settings: The pre-configured settings in Zoolz will guarantee the minimum resource usage while keeping your data backed up frequently to your Zoolz account. While we recommend keeping these settings as they are, in some cases you might prefer speed over resource usage, such as in your initial backup or when backing up […]
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 […]
Yes, Zoolz will not upload duplicate files twice even if encryption is enabled. But if these duplicate files are stored on two different machines, they will be uploaded once only if the encryption passwords used on the two machines are identical.
The drag/drop functionality depends on which Internet browser you are using. If you are using Internet Explorer, you’ll not be able to drag/drop the files or the folders directly into your Zoolz online account. If you are using Firefox or Safari, you’ll not be able to drag/drop folders directly into your Zoolz online account. You can […]