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Comodo Backup tool: Automatic file backup and Recovery tool for Windows Vista and XP

Data security has an important role in every computing situations and losing an important file via accidental deletion, hard drive crashes or virus attacks can be devastating. There are numerous applications for data security and preservation and one such application is from Comodo which is known for developing some splendid security products. Comodo Backup is a free, powerful backup tool you can virtually set and forget, that reliably copies your files to a safe place and keeps track of all changes to those files.

Comodo Backup delivers all the functionality you expect. Apart from scheduled backups and archiving backups to .ZIP files, it can also backup to other resources on a network, backup to virtually all types of removable devices, and run incremental backups (suitable for large data) and full back ups (suitable for small files).

Comodo Backup can be set to automatically back up a set of files at system startup, system shutdown or to back up a set of files at a certain time of day and particular day or days of the week. A log file is kept that records all of Comodo Backup's actions as a further safeguard against losing your essential data files.

With Comodo BackUp, you can:
1. Backup to a local or network drive;
2. Backup to FTP-server;
3. Backup to CD-RW/DVD-RW drives
4. Save Disk Space by compressing your backups to ZIP files;
5. Send E-mail reports to team members about the status of a backup job;
6. Schedule backups to fit your timetable;
7. Configure in minutes with the intuitive interface.

More information and free download from Comodo


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