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Handy Backup – a complete backup tool for Windows (giveaway 3 licenses to readers)

To keep critical data and files from an accidental loss we need to have a good back up strategy in place. For this we require a good backup tool.

Handy Backup is a well-built, user-friendly, feature rich and automatic backup software that helps you to backup, restore and synchronize files, folders, Windows registry and settings or entire system.

It can also backup contacts, settings and messages of Outlook (2000/2003/2007), Outlook Express, Windows Live Mail, ICQ, Firefox, AOL, etc using special plug-ins.

You can backup data into an external disk, USB, CD/DVD/Blu-ray, Online or FTP servers via a wizard driven interface and can schedule a full backup or incremental backup on a weekly, daily basis or as per your choice.

It also enables data compression, encryption and verification options for secure and convenient backups.

All these can be done quite simply with a wizard driven user interface; you need not to be a computer geek to do that. The program works on Windows 7, Vista and XP.

[The maker of Handy Backup offers readers of Jkwebtalks a full and complete version of their standard edition ($39 value) for free (only 3 licenses). You will also get a free technical support, assistance and help from them.

Interested readers may put a comment here after subscribing to our free email news letter. Already subscribed readers may contact me. Offer ends on Oct 25 and we will randomly select 3 users and the key will send to the winner’s mail]

Download Handy Backup 6.3 (standard edition) from here.


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