Incremental backup and differential backup are two backup types. You can choose any one of them to backup files and data after first full backup. You may wonder if incremental or differential backup is better. Let’s take a close look.
Many people know how important data backup is, but some of them always complain that storage space is not sufficient or backup wastes much time. Under this circumstance, if you want to backup changed data only, you can perform incremental backup or differential backup via AOMEI Backupper.
Step 1. Download, install and launch AOMEI Backupper. Select
Home, choose a backup task and expand its menu. Click
tab of the Schedule Settings window, set the backup frequency you prefer.
Step 2. Choose
Advanced option in the Schedule
Settings window, which contains Full backup, Incremental Backup (Default) and
Differential Backup. You may upgrade to
paid editions to perform scheduled differential backup.
Step 3. Backup process will run automatically at the time you set.
If you want to know more about incremental or differential backup, please refer to following documents and video.