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Backup all important files automatically with Fbackup

FBackup is an automatic backup software for Windows which is very useful for saving important data from losing because of a hard disk failure, system crashes or virus infection. Performing a manual back up everyday is not always practical and it takes a lot of time. Using FBackup you can easily backup important files to any local or network drive and removable media such as USB or Firewire drives automatically.


Using this software is quite simple. After installation, you can define the back up job using the wizard mode. Firstly select a location to save the file, then add a file or folder or select one from the drop down list.

Next, select mirror mode (a mirror backup is identical to a full backup, with the exception that the files are not compressed in zip files and they cannot be protected with a password) or full mod (Full backup is the starting point for all other backups and contains all the data in the folders and files that are selected to be backed up).

Then select the mode, manually, daily, weekly, etc from the drop down list to back up data.

FBackup has ZIP64 support (can create backups over 2 GB) and creates standard zip files, meaning that you can access it with any zip compatible utility. FBackup keeps track of file versions. You can easily restore any version of files or a whole folder. You can filter files to be restored.

FBackup tests the backup files automatically to ensure the backup is safe and correctly executed (uses CRC32). FBackup works with any drive letter, including mapped network drives and UNC paths. Supports Windows 2000/2003/XP/Vista. Download it from: http://www.fbackup.com/


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  1. I protect my files and emails with a very easy to use data backup software called Titan Backup, the destination is a 500gb WD harddisk. I have almost 200gb of data to backup. Backups to disk offer me speed of backups and a quick restore process too.Give it a free trial here.

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  2. I use Titan, but i try with this software...thanks for the review.

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