Will make separate copies of each changed version of a file at a minimum interval of 1 minute upwards
Will store as many saved separate versions of an individual file as the user specifies, limited only by available disc space
Version Saver starts automatically when Windows starts up, so there is no danger on of forgetting to have it running
Makes it easy to find and view old, timestamped saved versions of a file and specify which version you wish to restore
Users can select files to be saved on basis of file extension, e.g. "save changed versions of '.doc' files, but ignore changed versions of '.wmv' files"
Version Saver prompts automatically to ask what to do if it comes across file extensions that it doesn't recognise
You can specify for which drives you want files to be saved e.g."save files on drive D, but not any files from drive C"
Certain inappropriate system directoires such as the Windows directory, and Version Saver's program and backup directories are automatically excluded from Version Saver activity, to avoid confusion.
User can specify any directories they want excluded from version saving on any drive.
Version Saver has good disc space management facilities. It can be told to exclude individual files that are larger than a given size, and it can be told to clear out the older versions of files to make room if disc space is getting low
Special facilities include the ability to periodically back up all the files in a directory, not just ones with specified extensions
Simple, intuitive configuration immediately after installation and at any time subsequently.
Runs on Windows 2000, XP, Vista and Windows 7, also on 64-bit versions of Windows.