To create engines, you import your TMX files into Slate and assign descriptive labels. Slate stores those files in its workspace. The Slate MT engines you create consist of a dozen or more files on your hard drive. Overall, Slate manages thousands of files without bothering you with the details.
Slate includes backup and restore functions to protect those files and the time you invested to create them. Save the backup packages to a safe place and restore the backups when you change your computer or recover from an unexpected catastrophic disaster.
SlateMT gives you peace of mind with a simple menu to backup the engines and TMs that created them.
SlateMT has a simple menu to restore engines and TMs you backed up, saving you valuable time and frustration.