Cupcloud: Save Everything You're Doing and Easily Resume Later
Article by George Norman
On 29 Nov 2013
Click a button and Cupcloud will save everything you’re doing and upload this info to the cloud. Move to another PC, click a button, and Cupcloud will let you resume your work.

Cupcloud will save all open files, all open folders, and all open webpages. When you resume, all these will be once again opened.

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Here is a scenario that I had in mind. You’re working on something, you have multiple files, folders and webpages open. You suddenly remember that you have to meet your wife, and if you don’t leave right now, you will be late and she will be very, very mad. What you need now is a tool that will save your workflow and let you easily resume it at a later time. What you need is the “cup” and “uncup” functionality offered by Cupcloud.

You see, when you use Cupcloud to create a cup, the application will save all the files, folders, and webpages that are opened at the time. This information will be uploaded to the cloud, saved to your Cupcloud account. When you run the uncup function, all open files, folders, and webpages will be opened.

Getting back to the example I presented above. Before you rush out the door to go meet your wife, you can create a cup and save your work. At a later time, you can log into your account and uncup said cup. You can thus resume your work on the same computer or on another computer. It must be mentioned here that cupcloud is available for Windows as well as Mac.

It should also be mentioned here that Cupcloud is available as a Free and as a Premium version.
Cupcloud Free is limited to 30 cups.
Cupcloud Premium is free to use for an evaluation period of 1 month. Invite a friend to install Cupcloud and you both will receive 2 free months of Cupcloud Premium (up to a limit of 2 years).

You can get Cupcloud straight from FindMySoft.
Learn more about Cupcloud on its official website.





Tags: Cupcloud, Windows, Mac OS X, Microsoft, Apple, cloud, workflow
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