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East-Tec Backup 2009 free from Softpedia

Combined with East Technologies, Softpedia, the software portal giant, giving away free license for the full version of the award winning backup software East-Tec Backup 2009 for its visitor (This $40 worth special giveaway is valid up to July 31, 2009). East-Tec Backup 2009 is a very easy to use backup program for Windows and features intuitive wizards, automatic backups, data compression, strong military AES encryption and FTP support.


- Create backup of your most important data: backup files, windows registry, mails and user settings.
- allows you to easily backup emails and rules for Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express, Firefox, Opera, Thunderbird, Eudora, Windows settings, system registry and more...- Use any kind of storage device: internal or external hard disks, LAN, CD/DVD, removable media devices ( USB sticks, memory sticks, flash memory, floppy disks, ZIP disks, JAZ, etc.), remote locations using FTP.
- protect your backup privacy with 256-bit AES strong encryption.
- create self-extracting backups and standard Zip archives.

More information about the offer- Similar freeware program GFI Backup 2009

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