It is possible to create exclusion lists, enable a user account for network access, and add destinations in directories, tapes, Cloud and FTP.
In addition, you can include hidden and system files, record all program activity to a log file, display the backup operation in progress, select the ZIP compression mode, as well as edit properties for normal copy operations (e.g. always copy and set the date and time of files).
Iperius Backup features task scheduling and email notifications with complex filters. For example, you can specify multiple email recipients and hidden recipients, as well as trigger the action only in particular scenarios (e.g. backup completed successfully, at least one file copied).
Furthermore, the program allows users to set apps or other external files for execution before and after the backup job is done. The computer may be scheduled to automatically shut down when the job is completed. Restoring files is simple since all you have to do is point out the source item.
Iperius Backup is surprisingly light on the system resources, using low CPU and RAM. It takes a reasonable amount of time to complete a backup job and did not cause the OS to hang, crash or pop up error messages.