Considering the backup data, backup time and data saving location, there are four situations to create multiple backup schedules in your Windows 7:
1. Backup same data to different locations at different time
You may want to create one backup job to backup your data partition and C drive (C drive is system partition by default and usually it is separated from data partition) to an external USB drive daily, and another job to backup the same data to network drive on different schedule like weekly or monthly.
2. Backup different data to different locations at different time
It is possible you’d like to do a nightly job to backup all your files on data partition to an external USB drive, and a weekly job to backup system ( C:\ ) drive to an hard drive.
3. Backup different data to same location at different time
It is unacceptable slow and unreliable when you backup large number of files with Windows7 Backup. For example, you want to back up in the region of 25,000 files, and if you attempt to do this in one job, it may take very very long time. Here, separating them into small ones so as to create multiple backup jobs at different time is a good choice, and multiple schedules is necessary to simplify later backup jobs.
4. Backup same data to same location at different time
There may be a need that you want to backup the data (system partition, for example) to one location but daily for increment backup and monthly for full backup.
No matter which situation belongs to you, AOMEI Backupper is the key.
The solution to backup with multiple schedules in Windows 7
AOMEI Backupper is a powerful backup software, supporting to create multiple schedules in your Windows7 so as to fully satisfy your backup need in any situation, which is also capable of cloning, restoring, make bootable media, etc. Next, we will show you how to backup Windows 7 with multiple backup schedules, and the targets are system partition(C:\) and data partition(D:\).
Step1: Download, install and launch AOMEI Backupper Standard. Select “Partition Backup” under “Backup” tab.
Step2: Name the task. Select C drive in “Step 1”, and location in “Step2”. Click “schedule” to set the backup schedule.
Note: Since C drive is the system drive, there will be a pop-up information to suggest you do “System Backup” which includes system partition and boot files so that your computer can be bootable after restore. Here, please click “OK”, or do system backup directly from the beginning.
Step3: In this Window, you can view the operation, and then click “Start Backup”. When operation is complete, click “Finish”.
Step 4: Making a schedule backup for D drive by following the same steps above. Then, you will be guided to the “Home”. Here you can the the results of Windows 7 multiple backup schedules.
Note: You can “Schedule” to backup data daily, weekly, monthly of exact time or backup data when event triggers.