I've always hated backup utilities as they are all so intrusive and horribly programed.. I really can't seem to fine a simple one to do what I want.. So for years all I've done is manualled copied my stuff over to my back external usb hardrive. It works fine but lacks automation due to windows somewhat poor copy ability. Main issue being when it finds files that are already there, you get a overrite option of yes/no and yes to all. But the one option i want - no to all - does not exist, so when I do very large copies, well I have to click no an awful lot of times or just yes to all and it takes much longer then it needs to as most of the files are the same. All I want is a utility that can do this: copy C:\Data to E:\Data, not renaming files nor over-writing, or better, over writing if new file has a newer modified date. Be a quick 1 click thing I can minimize to the background and not demand to be automated and run 25 processes in the background all the time to do it. One that will do this fast and intelligently by clearing the archieve attribute on the files as it goes would be a bonus but not needed. Seems so simple yet every program i've tried to get to do that is utterly unable to do it correctly. Windows backup - likes to juble all the files into a .BKF file for some unknown reason, making them unreadable and useless to me. Genie backup manager (seposedly highly rated) - decides it's best to rename all files to a folder called E:\[project name]\Data\MF\C\Data... with no option to disable such weird behavior. Also forces compression on by default (can be disabled but has to be done everytime) and constantly asks you to automate and schedule the backup. Simple backup - Looked like it was working, buit then renamed the folder to c\data\data... And then failed for no reason. Tried a few others with similar results. Anyone know a good one that will do what I want?