Backing up(view files by date?) Tags: Hard Drives Backup Storage Last response: January 20, 2010 1:46 AM in Storage Share adamjswain January 12, 2010 6:07:42 PM im looking at having an external backup of my storage(1tb singel drive)is there anyway when i come to do my manual backup i can just see new and moded files from the date i last backedup so i dont have to redo everthing just to be safe More about : backing view files date r_manic a b G Storage January 20, 2010 1:46:07 AM I'm pretty sure standard backup programs—including the one that comes preinstalled with Windows—can do this. Something called incremental backups or something like that. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedDoes backing up files, and then restoring them create a bootable disk? Forum SolvedWhen backing up to an external hard drive more than once are some files duplicated? Forum SolvedWill Backing up Files on Win 7 Replace the Restore Point ? Forum Backing up my files for a Windows 7 install over multiple internal hard drives Forum Backing up files from GPT partition Forum Backing up files from Windows XP to a 64 GB Sandisk USB back-up Forum Created/modified date resets when backing up? Forum Backing Up Files For Factory Reset Forum SolvedBacking up files in a flash drive or DVD? Forum Backing up Windows 7 files on LInux Forum SolvedStrategy for Backing Up Irreplaceable Family Photos Digitally? (NAS drive questions, Photo file format question, too.) Forum SolvedHow to get back up to date on current technologies Forum Backing up files manually by moving to other partition Forum Backing up files for setting up RAID on a 1TB system necessary? Forum SolvedWhat is the best way/how to, back up your files, installed programs, file locations etc.. Forum Formatting for backing up files Forum SolvedDo I have to Back up any files for BF4 & BF3 Forum Backing up my files Forum Backing Up Files Forum Backing up files using enclosure Forum More resources Read discussions in other Storage categories Hard Drives DVD Drives DVD Writers Optical Media Flash Media NAS/RAID SSD Western Digital !