I noticed that the option to add the optimize archive function to the context menu is missing on Windows 10.
Opening each archive with the interface in order to click it becomes tedious with many files.
Same for others functions like Remove Archive Encryption
Confirm start of scheduled backup
When I double-click a PBS file, the backup script launches automatically and starts the backup (even when the PBS is configured to “Run Normal when started from Windows”). Is there a way to get it to pause and make me confirm that I want to do the backup right now?
I’d just assume that double clicking the script is because you wanted to run it anyway…?
why would a pause option then be beneficial ?
wouldn’t work in my favour…in fact I’d find it frustrating if it then offered me a pause option but that’s just my worthless opinion…:)
I want to schedule this backup script to run at the end of the workday. But before it actually runs, I want to make sure all my files are closed down properly and ready to be backed up.
FWIW, I did figure out that one way to do this is to make “Edit” (instead of “Open”) the default action for PBS files in Explorer (Tools > Folder Options > File Types). But it would be very handy to be able to configure individual PBSs to do either.
I suppose there’s countless options that we would find useful for our preferences in a backup situation…I’m sure the team will give it some thought as they always seem to do when a request surfaces…:)