Mirror 2005 Standard Edition Q3 doesn't really stand out as a backup utility, although we can't gripe about its performance. The program's clear-cut interface should present no problems. In our tests, we were able to execute backup jobs on demand and schedule them to run at specified intervals. Like similar apps, this program uses profiles to store information about what files to back up, where to store them, and when to do so. You also can set compression levels ranging from low to high. In our tests, the program demonstrated good speed during backup creation, as well as in restoration. Unfortunately, we were disappointed to find that Mirror 2005 Standard Edition Q3 misses some fairly standard features. It doesn't back up your e-mail client--not even the ubiquitous Outlook program--and can't store backup files in other locations such as a CD, Local Area Network (LAN), or File Transfer Protocol (FTP) server. Its 14-use trial also is too short for our tastes as well.
Mirror 2005 Standard Edition Q3 covers only the basics of file backup, and it won't be hard to find a tool that offers more features and functionality.
Reflect (backup) all your important data easily with Mirror 2005 Standard Edition. Targeted at both experienced and non-experienced users, Mirror 2005 will protect your data against malicious software attacks, accidental deletion or change, and even hardware failures. Keep track of your data as it changes over time by browsing its history of reflections. Restore your data back to the way it was at a previous point in time. Tired of waiting to restore a backup copy of your data? With Mirror 2005 you can browse, select, and restore only the files you need, providing fast real-time access to your backups. Archive reflections of your data with ZIP compression to save space on your storage device. When using Windows XP, write and restore reflections from/to CD.
Version 1.2.1 fixes bug with 'Continual Sync'.