Karen's Replicator is an application that allows you to use a scheduler in order to automatically backup files, folders and volumes.
The interface of the program is simplistic and pretty intuitive. You can create, duplicate and edit multiple jobs.
After you write a job name, you can specify the source and output destination, use file filters (e.g. image, sound or executable files) and configure the scheduler (e.g. repeat on a regular basis, don't run on specific days of the week).
Additionally, you can exclude files that match filters, include subfolders and copy files which have been only changed or added (i.e. file update).
But you can also replicate folder and file deletions, insert special tags with the output directory name, as well as delete the old copy before creating a new one.
Furthermore, you can log contents (e.g. include job summary, errors, warnings, deletions, up-to-date files, exclusions), enable global exclusions, enable Karen's Replicator to automatically run when the computer logs on and to automatically minimize the main window when starting, and others.
The application runs on a low amount of system resources, includes a well-drawn help file with snapshots and didn't freeze, crash or pop up errors during our tests. Putting aside the outdated interface, we strongly recommend Karen's Replicator to all user levels.