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Posted In Backup - Recover - By Techtiplib on Monday, January 7th, 2013 With No Comments »

Backup4all Lite is a backup tool for Windows. It protects your valuable data from partial or total loss by automating tasks, password protecting and compressing it to save storage space.

Backup4all Lite is a great solution for users who want to back their data up to any local or network drive, backup to FTP, backup to DVD,or other removable media (such as USB HDD or flash drives). Backup4all Lite is the best backup software for desktop and laptop computers, for your business or personal use.

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Backup4all Lite can backup open/locked files and it can perform mirror backups with or without compressing the files. When defining a backup you can also set file filters and schedule the backup for automatic execution.

Features:

  • Easy file and folder selection
  • File filtering – powerful filtering engine with lots of options (filter by attribute, size, date, name and type)
  • Multiple backup job configurations
  • Intuitive interface – explorer-like, lets you see all files from the backup and new files that will be stored at the next backup execution
  • Backup open files (files in use) – uses the Volume Shadow Copy service that allows you to back up local open files from NTFS partitions in Windows XP/2003 Server
  • Predefined backups (My Documents, My Pictures, Outlook Express)
  • Backup summary/statistics
  • Backup plugins – possibility to import plugins as Predefined Backups
  • Mirror backup with individual file compression and encryption
  • Mirror backup that copies NTFS permissions and alternate streams
  • Backup and test operations can be paused/resumed/stopped
  • Automatic updates
  • Back-up empty folders
  • Brief view and “Getting Started” window with shortcuts to main operations
  • Possibility to set memory usage for backing up
  • MSI setup for automatic deployment
  • Standard encryption (Zip2 compatible)
  • Command line version
  • Schedule backups (using Windows scheduler)

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