KBackup or Timeshift?

Today I installed the KDE version of EOS and I noticed that KDE already comes with a backup tool (KBackup). Normally I would have installed Timeshift now (only for the system backup!). Can KBackup fully replace Timeshift or should I leave it alone and use Timeshift again? If I should use KBackup for system backup, which of the offered folders should be saved to /?

As far as I can tell, KBackup is not a replacement for Timeshift.


Kresimir is correct. Timeshift is for backing up your OS, Kbackup for everything else.
You can use both for either applications, but that’s not what they were designed for.

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Thanks @Kresimir @Alexander , I almost thought so. Have a nice weekend!

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