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Wannabe Geek


# 40830 4-Sep-2009 16:26
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Full Disclosure - I work for Altaro Software


We are a new software company (Altaro Software – and we are developing a backup / version control product called 'Oops! Backup'. Oops! Backup is a hybrid between a traditional software backup product and a lightweight version control system. Oops! Backup automatically tracks changes to documents, photos and other files and allows you to backtrack to any point in time. To a certain extent it is a Time Machine for Windows - we did get influenced by it - and I don't think that's a bad thing :).

We will be going into BETA in about 3 weeks time and are looking for BETA testers - anyone willing to give it a try check out  We will obviously give a free license for the BETA testers that download and test the product.

Oops! Backup has a great graphical interface to go back in time and restore files You can see product screenshots at

Features at

Your opinions and constructive criticism would be greatly appreciated:) (would love to hear the bad stuff ... more than the good stuff)

Before sending this I asked the site admins and they allowed me to post:)

David Vella

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Wannabe Geek


  # 253331 4-Sep-2009 21:44
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freitasm: Yep, David contacted me before posting here so it's all good... Interested folks please check it.

Thanks Mauricio

I look forward to answer any questions that readers may have :)

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