I have a group of about 20 files that I edit. These files are spread out across many different folders. I want to backup these files every few days. So far, I've been using a program called BurnQuick to do the backup to a CD-RW disc. The program allows me to add files to a Queue, and then, whenever I want to burn all the files listed in the Queue, to just tell BurnQuick the name of the queue that is should burn. (in other words, every time I want to burn those 20 files to a CD-RW disc, all I have to do is load the right Queue into BurnQuick, and tell it to burn the Queue to the disc.)
This has been working out well for me for years.
But I'm trying to avoid using CD-RW discs, since the CD Speed program shows me that after a few burns, the discs become less-and-less reliable. So for backup of large files and folders, I've been using USB drives. The transfer of data to USB drives is fast and reliable. But to backup those 20 files onto a USB drive would mean having to transfer them to the drive one by one, which is tedious. So I was wondering whether a program like BurnQuick exists that will work for a USB drive. In other words, I want a program that allows me to set up a list of all the files I want to transfer to the USB drive, so that all I'd have to do to make the transfer is tell the program the name of the list and click on some kind of "transfer" button.
I'm running on Windows 98SE