I have the box checked that says to verify the backup after running it. What that appears to have done is put one step in the task to do the backup, and another step to verify the backup. So given that, I have those same basic steps in place in one task for a full backup, and in another task for a differential backup. What I'm seeing is when I do the differential backup, the verification step appears to go back and verify the entire backup, not just the differential part that has changed since the last run, so it takes quite a bit of time to perform the verification. Is there any way to change it so it verifies only the new changes rather than the whole backup so it will execute faster? (I typically run manually rather than schedule automatic backups for a couple of reasons that aren't worth getting into, so I'd rather it finish as quickly as possible) Also, I've seen something kind of strange while the progress bar is moving along during verification, but I don't watch it every time so I'm not sure if this is consistent or not, but I think it is. It shows the progress and time remaining, and then suddenly finishes when it hits 50% (in the lower right corner) and had previously displayed something like "9 minutes remaining" in the progress window a few seconds earlier. The one time I was watching it the top green bar had reached the far right end, and the lower green bar was about halfway done when it finished. Is this a bug or what? Is it doing a full verification and reporting the time remaining incorrectly, or just skipping the last half of the verification step and finishing early?