New application forked from TimeShift that creates BTRFS snapshots instead of RSync snapshots. BTRFS is an advanced file system which supports creation of file system snapshots. Creation and restore of snapshots is a very fast operation which takes less than a second. The snapshots initially do not take any space on disk and slowly "grow" in size as the original system files get modified over time. Read more about it here.
Ubuntu toolkit is a collection of tools which makes it easier to re-install or upgrade Ubuntu and Ubuntu-based distributions.
Backup and re-install applications - Creates a list of extra applications that were installed by the user. After doing a fresh install of the OS, you can run the tool to re-install missing applications.
Backup and restore application settings - Backup the settings for applications like Firefox, Deluge, etc. After re-installing your OS you can restore the settings with a single click.
Backup and restore downloaded packages - Saves the packages downloaded by APT to a backup location. After re-installing the OS the downloaded packages can be restored. This saves bandwidth since the packages don't have to be downloaded again when you re-install your applications.
Scheduled Backups - Takes backups of important files and folders at regular intervals and saves it to your Dropbox folder.