Support tells me that when I delete a job, the software does not automatically delete the destination files, because it is a safety measure to protect the user. OK, I guess.
Maybe the delete operation could give instead the user three options: 1) delete only the job; 2) delete the job and create a list of folders/files that hold the destination (backed up) data; 3) delete the job and also delete the related destination folders and files.
Tell us what you think about Backup4all and what would make it even better.
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