Windows 10: software that that autocopies new files to ext hdd when connected?

  1.    09 Oct 2016 #1

    software that that autocopies new files to ext hdd when connected?


    I have a laptop and an external portable hdd.

    Every three months I manually copy and paste all photo files and video files created since the last backup to the respective folders on my portable backup drive.

    Is there any backup software that will automatically back up new photo and video files to the portable drive created since the last backup when the portable drive is connected to my laptop????
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  2.    09 Oct 2016 #2

    Hi, have a look at Windows File History. Built-in backup.
    How to Use Windows File History to Back Up Your Data
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