BackupCat is a lightweight piece of software whose purpose is to mirror your folders with minimal user input being required in the process so that you can focus on your routine.

Helps you sync and back up your folders
First of all, it should be mentioned that installing the application is an undemanding task, and the GUI you are welcomed with is equally approachable, with the entire set of features being neatly organized.
In order to initiate the backup process, all you need to do is customize the pairs you want to be affected, and once the source and destination folders are indicated, you may also add a short description for easy navigation.
Needless to say, editing or deleting your backup pairs at a later time is also possible. What’s more, asking the program to copy hidden files is an option, as is the case of including the backup pair in periodic scans meant to check their validity.
Lets you customize backup tasks
Once all your directory pairs are listed in the program’s main window, you can start processing them, with the program running seamlessly, without taking a toll on your computer’s performance.
Aside from that, a series of configurations are available for you to take a look at. For instance, you can ask the program to load at Windows startup, indicate a startup delay, decide on the priority the app has when minimized, and more.
Users may also want to know that, regardless of the actions they are carrying out, the software utility can log them all so that you are in full control of the backup process.

As powerful as they are, the next version of Windows has some design flaws and problems that aren’t enough to make them worse. And that’s probably because Microsoft tried to make them better by making them “better.” Like, really. Here’s what they needed to add but didn’t and why:
Background Intelligent Transfer Service
This was one of the most requested features and Microsoft would have done well to just add it to Windows 10. It would work off a different principle than the OS’ current method of pushing files via the “download this file” prompt. With Background Intelligent Transfer, you’ll no longer need to wait for an app to download files so you can move them to your phone.

Remote access apps
There are so many of them right now that Microsoft has to make one for all devices. In fact, a recent look at the Microsoft eea19f52d2

ScrapPad is a simple but powerful application. It is the perfect application to keep track of notes, messages, ideas, to-do lists, files, web sites, passwords, and more. ScrapPad is designed to work on multiple monitors and to use multiple ScrapPads simultaneously.
You can do everything with ScrapPad that you would do with regular paper.
ScrapPad is as convenient as scrap paper. Simply click on the icon in the tray and start typing. It does everything else. Your ScrapPads stay exactly where you left them, even when you reboot your computer.
ScrapPad consists of a program manager called ScrapPad Contents, which sits in the tray. ScrapPad Contents allows you to launch as many ScrapPads as you like, or quickly open existing ScrapPads.
Here are some key features of “ScrapPad”:
■Smart Rename the current ScrapPad. Smart Rename will automatically rename the current ScrapPad to the first line of text in the ScrapPad or to any highlighted text (up to the first valid phrase of a filename).
■Set custom options
■Print the current ScrapPad
■Restore the default options
■Set an alarm for the current ScrapPad
■Set a password for the current ScrapPad
■Set an expiration date for the current ScrapPad
■Set a custom image for the current ScrapPad
■Set the background color for the current ScrapPad
■Set the default background color
■Set the default font and color for the current ScrapPad
■Set the default size of a new ScrapPad
■Set the default foreground color of a new ScrapPad
■Set the default size of a new ScrapPad
■Restore the default background color
■Restore the default font and color
■Restore the default size of a new ScrapPad
■Restore the default size of a new ScrapPad
■Restore the default foreground color of a new ScrapPad
■Set an icon for the current ScrapPad
■Start the current ScrapPad with the Windows taskbar
■Enable/Disable editing for the current ScrapPad