The first screen that greets you upon starting Backup MyPC gives you the option of starting backup or restore wizards, opening blank backup or restore jobs, creating an automatic data protection job, or opening an existing backup job.
I opted to close out this screen for two reasons. One, I wanted to get a better look at the interface. Two, I'm not the biggest fan of application wizards. Call me a megalomaniac, but I prefer having complete control of what a given application job is doing down to the slightest detail.
Those of you who have worked with different backup applications in the business world will find the interface to be pretty familiar.
I really liked the fact that just about anything you could need to set or change can be done with a minimal number of clicks from the initial interface screen. This adds to the ease of use of the application as you don't have to go click happy trying to set a preference. Options available included file compression in the backup, password protecting a backup, exclusion of certain file types, backup level (full, differential, incremental), depth of reporting, and whether to backup the registry.