Files and File Types Used by FileBack PC
Files Used By FileBack PC
|Importance: (1) File may be safely
deleted, (2) File may be safely deleted, but doing so will
disable some FileBack PC features, (3) File may be deleted,
but the next time related features in FileBack PC are used
some reconfiguration will be required, (4) File may be
deleted, but will require significant reconfiguration
afterward, (5) If file is deleted unexpected behavior may
occur, (6) Required for operation; if deleted FileBack PC
will not run.
File Types Used by FileBack PC
||FileBack Configuration file. Includes backup
jobs, backup groups, preferences & other options
Configuration file. Same as
.FBCfg, except these backups are made automatically whenever
a .FBCfg configuration file is overwritten.
||Extension indicating that a file is an
older version created by FileBack PC. This extension
can be removed to open the file as usual.
for compressed and encrypted backup files.
Double-click a file in Explorer to open or extract it in
||FileBack PC log file. The file is
formatted in ASCII, making it readable in applications such
as Notepad, Wordpad, or word processors, though some
formatting characters will be visible.
||FileBack Backup Job file. Contains
one or more backup jobs. These files are created when
Exporting backup jobs, and are also used to house common
backup jobs shared by multiple configuration files.
||FileBack Backup Template file. The
file format is the same as .FBBJ, the difference being that
any variables in .FBBT files are expanded when the jobs are
imported, whereas with .FBBJ variables are left alone.
||FileBack Backup Action
List. A list of actions to be performed,
usually associated with triggered
keys used in encrypted backups. If you need to allow
another user to restore encrypted .FBCB files, the
corresponding .FBEncKey will need to be imported into