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This initial screen is where you pick exactly what you want to do -- setup a backup, restore files, fix problems with a backup.
You can see that this user is backing up various files to Amazon S3, Dreamhost, and a pair of local disks. The user interface is very clean and understandable.
You can even use Twin to back up to a USB Flash Drive. It can be set up to back up a certain set of files to a flash drive, starting when the drive is plugged in.
Twin will try to recover from network errors.
Twin does a good job of automatically excluding cache files; you can get into more detail on this screen.
The scheduling component of Twin is amazingly powerful, with calendar and clock-based scheduling as well as adding logical conditions.
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