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From here you can see Backblaze's progress and directly open up the Backblaze preferences pane.
In System Preferences
Basic settings for Backblaze, you can name the computer and add drives here.
You can either run all the time, once a day, or only when you click "backup now."
The default exclusions cannot be changed, something for power users to note. You can add other file types or folders to exclude as well.
By default Backblaze uses AES military grade security and transfers over SSL. For additional security, you can add your own encrypted key that Backblaze will NOT store. Just don't forget it, if you don, you won't be able to access your files.
This lays out how much space is allocated for different types of files.
You cans see a listing of files scheduled for backup.
You can access your files online or order a DVD or USB backup.
The restored files retain their directory and hidden file structure perfectly
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