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Titan Backup – the best backup software for free

Titan Backup is an easy-to-use and complete solution, designed for secure backups of all your important files. There could be various reasons that lead to massive data loss on your hard drive, either by storage device failure, accidental delete, computer crash, or by a hacker or malware attack. And also, backup software is not used only for emergencies, for instance, if you buy a new computer and want to transfer all backed up documents from your old computer to new, you need it. By using Titan Backup you can do it very easily, even if you change the Windows version.

With Titan Backup, you can backup to virtually any storage device (including local and external disk drives, LAN, CD/DVD, removable USB devices, remote FTP servers, etc.). More details here.

You can create backup of your most important data - files, windows registry, mails and user settings for Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Firefox, Opera, Thunderbird, Eudora, Windows settings, and more...

Protect your backup privacy with 256-bit AES strong encryption and can create self-extracting backups and standard Zip64 archives. You can also filter the files you want to include in your backup and also have incremental and differential backups….more details.

Titan Backup is commercial software and current version is 2.5. Gizmo’s Tech Support Alert users have been offered earlier version (1.5) of Titan Backup Software for free. If anyone wants to get one, just follow the instructions here.


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