I want to add to the OP query that --------
When the backup is killed, incomplete/damaged backup remains in the backup folder And when next schedule runs, new incremental is created BUT incomplete/damaged backup remains in the backup folder, wont it affect restore?
I think Todo should check the previous backup operation was successful or not before creating new incremental And if previous backup was failed/cancelled/incomplete/damaged for any reasons, new incremental should replace it.
I have tested Todo quite a few times & failed/cancelled/incomplete/damaged backups always remain in the folder/chain & are not replaced removed BUT new incremental is created, wont it affect restore operation?
Experience was same with Todo Home & Workstation
Other imaging like Macrium, Veeam Endpoint Backup FREE remove/replace, failed/cancelled/incomplete/damaged previous incremental with new incremental in the next schedule run.