I found something else today that I find very handy.
I use ERUNT to make backups of my system regularly. But I need to remind myself to do this.
After reading this (which I stumbled upon because I read the article that helped me create a batchfile for Ccleaner and I wanted to make a batchfile for ERUNT) I have made myself a shortcut, which I have placed in startup, so now ERUNT creates a backup everyday.
What you need is to make an ini file and place it in the folder where ERUNT is installed.
It needs to contain these 4 lines:
You should edit the default destination folder to one of your own choice:)
Next step you create a shortcut (I made it in the ERUNT folder and copied it to the startmenu - keeping the original for safety).
So rightclick autoback.exe in the ERUNT folder and select 'create shortcut'.
Rightclick on this shortcut and choose 'properties'.
Edit the target from
"C:\Program Files\Erunt\Autoback.exe" E:\Erunt\#Date# sysreg curuser
There are more options, just read the article. But I chose to backup to E:\Erunt\
and there it creates a folder with the date for name and I chose the properties of the systemregistry and the current user (I'm the only user;-D).
As I understand it, it will create backups for 30 days and then the ones older then that will be deleted. You can also set it to 7 days etc., but I have plenty of room, so I'll leave it be.