Comodo Time Machine
Comodo Time Machine’s flexible scheduler allows you to take automatic system snapshots at intervals of your choice and/or immediately before running selected executables. Once set, the scheduler will continue to take snapshots at the time or event you specified without any further intervention on your behalf. If you are unfortunate enough to encounter any system failures, virus attacks or data corruption then you can easily rollback your system to the last known working configuration.
Obviously, the more frequently that you take scheduled snapshots, the more likely that the latest snapshot will contain all your recent documents and system changes. Users can also schedule CTM to run automatic system restore tasks. A scheduled restoration is useful if you want a system to rollback to a specific configuration at the end of a certain time period so that you (or the users of the target machines) will always begin working with an ‘ideal’ configuration (for example, computers in Internet cafes and public libraries).
To access the Scheduled Tasks interface, click the 'Scheduled Tasks' tab from the main interface. From this interface you can: