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SpiderOak's interface is garish and hard to navigate for users familiar with any other software package, but the program's main problem is that it sucks up a ton of CPU power when dealing with large files with lots of changes to them. File restore is still a work in progress, despite a new version that was released in response to review testing feedback that improved speed, but not results.
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- CPU usage with large files made computer unusable, also preventing restore operations from completing
- Scheduling option doesn’t allow a duration or stop time
- Pricing comparatively high compared to most of the other services