Backing up your data is critical. Hard drives fail, filesystems currupt, and in general, bad things just happen. But until now, there's been no easy way for most people to backup their data in Linux; most backups consisted of rsync tied to a cron job - far too complex for the average user.
Enter TimeVault, a graphical backup program that takes a snapshot of your files, and records a new copy each time it notices a change. Easy to setup and use, backups are now for everybody!
This in-depth review covers how to install, configure, and begin backing up your data. It also discusses some of the limitations of TimeVault, and what you may expect to see in the future.