No Hands Backup has been around for several years, and always
as freeware. Now however, publishing software on the Internet
is no longer necessarily without cost for the programmer. As
for me now. Download.com from where I receive most refers is
starting to charge for listing even freeware, and coupled with
other things like that it's becoming hard to distribute freeware.
I very much regret this development, but I see no way of standing
clear of it and therefore NHB will be shareware soon. The price
will be modest though, say about 10$.
So what do you pay for? Well:
- Zip support
- Multi volume backup (span)
- Code and interface work-up
- Better support
- User friendliness
- And more...