About file extension
File extension, a dot followed by three letters, such as .doc or .jpg, that forms the end of the name of a computer document. When you save a document, be sure to type in the document name and file extension before you click “save”.
Automatically backup files with a certain file extension
With the computer using, you may change the files existed before, or save new files in the folder. In case of data losing, you try to backup the folder. However, you can’t remember to backup everyday. Once you forget to backup the file, it may cause a big trouble. Thus, backup files automatically will be very helpful and convenient that you do not need to worry about the files’ backup.
A folder contains many documents. If you only want to backup one kind of file extension, for example, you only want to backup .doc files, how could you do?
How to backup files with a certain file extension automatically?
AOMEI Backupper is a great powerful backup software designed by AOMEI TECH. With this
backup tool, you can automatically backup files with a certain file extension easily. How to backup
files with a certain file extension automatically with AOMEI Backupper? You can use the Professional
edition for your Windows PC OS, and it only needs a few steps. If you are Windows Server users, the
AOMEI Backupper Server is suitable for you.
Step1. Install AOMEI Backupper Professional and launch it. Select File Backup under the Backup tab.
Step2. It will move to the window where to setup backup files or folders and the destination space. Click Add Folder to choose the folder to backup.
Click Add Folder. Then, click Browse to choose the folder to backup. Click the button to open the “Filter settings”. It will show the details for you to set a certain file extension while backing up.
The File Inclusion Mask can specify the files that you need to backup. Wildcards are supported and separate multiple masks with semi-colon(*.doc;*.xls;*.ppt ).
The File Exclusion Mask specify the files that you need to exclude. Wildcards are supported and separate multiple masks with semi-colon(*.temp;*.tmp;*.bak;*~*).
The Folder Exclusion Mask specify the folders that you need to exclude. Wildcards are supported and separate multiple masks with semi-colon(*.temp;temp*).
You can check the two boxes as you want. After all the settings, click “OK” to go back to the “File Backup” interface.
You can type the file extension you want to backup in File Inclusion Mask or type the file extension
you do not want to backup in File/Folder Exclusion Mask. For example, if you only want to backup
*.doc, or you don’t want to backup *.temp, just delete the words in the File Inclusion Mask/File
Exclusion Mask bar and type the file extension.
Step3. Select a destination space to store the files. You can choose a local space, or backup to NAS. Click Schedule to setup an automatic backup with daily, weekly, monthly. You can setup incremental/differential backup here, too. Click “Start Backup” to launch the process.
When the process reaches 100%, click Finish to end up this process. Till now, you have already backup files with a certain file extension automatically.
In addition, AOMEI Backupper is a powerful backup software to help Windows OS users backup their files. The AOMEI Backupper Professional supports almost all the Windows PC operating system including Windows 10/8.1/8/7/Vista/XP. You can also download AOMEI Backupper Standard for free. No matter what Windows OS, you can use AOMEI Backupper to backup files with a certain file extension automatically, and you can setup backup changed files only.