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Intuitive Interface
With the help of the file tree, you can see all files that are in the backup and the new files that will be stored at the next backup execution. You can sort and search this file tree. You can start this backup application at windows startup or minimize it to the system tray.

Backup locked or open files (XP/2003)
Backup4all uses the Volume Shadow Copy service that allows you to back up local open files from NTFS partitions in Windows XP/2003/Vista. Now you can backup your emails and settings without closing Microsoft Outlook, Outlook Express or other email clients.

This backup software is very flexible, allowing you to run almost any backup operation or style you might require.

Standard Zip Compression and zip64 support
If the zip file size is less than 2 Gbytes, Backup4all creates standard zip files. This format is compatible with any zip utility available on the market. Unlike other backup software, for zip files greater than 2 Gbytes, Backup4all uses zip64 technology (which allows unlimited zip file size).

Manage multiple backup jobs
This backup software allows defining multiple backups and saving them for future use. On the main form, you have an overview of all defined backups organized in groups. You can create shortcuts to any backup job and execute them with a double click from your desktop. This backup program comes with several predefined backup jobs: "My Documents", "My Pictures" and "Outlook Express".

Email notifications
You can configure Backup4all to send custom emails after a finished backup with success, error, warning notifications. Additional options allow you to attach the backup log file and send the email to several addresses.

Backup catalog file
Backup4all stores a summary snapshot of the file information into a backup catalog file (".bkc") each time a backup is executed. This catalog is stored in a different file than the backup itself and it allows Backup4all to keep track of the backed up files. The advantage of a catalog is faster backup execution. Another advantage is that you can run Backup4all together with other backup applications because they will not interfere with each other.

Backup directly to CD/DVD
This backup software comes with its own built-in CD/DVD burning support. Just set the destination on CD/DVD and execute the backup job. However, if you prefer, you can use UDF format (using products such as DirectCD or InCD). Backup4all also has the possibility to erase CD-RW/DVD-RW media.

FTP Backup
You can backup your files to remote locations using the FTP service (with SSL support, active/passive transfer modes, firewall support). You just have to select FTP as destination, enter the FTP configurations and you are ready to backup to FTP.

Backup Destination
You can store the backup in a local folder, on another computer in the same LAN, on media such as: CD-R, CD-RW, DVD+R, DVD-R, DVD+RW, DVD-RW, on USB drives or other removable media, or on FTP.

AES encryption
Backup4all supports 128-bit, 192-bit and 256-bit AES encryption. These numbers reflect the encryption key size used to encrypt the data - a higher key strenght provides stronger encryption.

This backup software allows you to start more backups at the same time, to execute a whole group of backups at once, show the progress of each backup.

Create shortcut for backup job/group
You can create a "shortcut" of a backup job or backup group to a desired location. Whenever you will double-click that shortcut, the backup job defined will start running. You can make it a "one click backup" if you place that shortcut in the Quick Launch menu.

You can actually see the number of files that will be processed at next backup (very useful when you have a large number of files). Other information refers to the size and date of the executed backups and the available free space on storage destination.

Play custom sounds
Backup4all can play custom success/warning/error sounds at the end of the backup New Backup Wizard
This backup software provides step-by-step instructions to create a new backup job.

Easy File and Folder Selection
You can browse a folder tree to select several files and folders as source of the backup or you can include or exclude them individually.

Backup Types
Plenty of backup types to choose from: full backup, differential backup, incremental backup and mirror backup.

File Filters
Powerful filtering engine with lots of options (filter by attribute, size, date, name and type). You can build filters using a combination of restrictions and you can define separate filters for inclusion and exclusion.

Built-in Scheduler
You can easily setup a powerful scheduler using the available scheduler configurations to make unattended backups.

Extra Actions
Perform extra actions before and/or after backup execution.

Customized Zip Names
You can customize name prefixes for the zip archives, which store your backup versions. Backup4all also support file/folder paths longer than 260 characters (turn off file parsing)

Password Protection
You can protect your ZIP files by setting a password to each backup.

Mirror backup type makes an exact copy of selected files and folders.

Disk Spanning
Automated support for splitting your backup between many removable disks or even on the same media. You can specify the maximum size of the zip archives. When performing a mirror backup and using disk spanning you can choose not to split the files. This is a useful option because you can copy your music/movies to cd or dvd and not have them splitted up when the cd or dvd is full.

The operations performed by the application are logged. You can change the location of the log file if you want to store it in a different place.

Command Line
There is a command line version of this backup application available. Use the scheduler to set automatic backups.

Restore Wizard
Restore backed up data step-by-step. Allows you to choose the version of files which will be restored and filter them to restore files that are needed.

You can quickly restore any file version, the latest version of the files or a whole folder from the backup job.

You can restore data using any standard zip software. Backup4all gives you this way more flexibility if you need to restore data on a different computer (if the backup was created using independent splits, see this section on how to restore correctly using 3rd party zip software).

One touch backup
Some USB enclosures have a button to start the execution of an associated program. If you have such a device, you can configure Backup4all to execute a backup job or a backup group when this button is pressed (works only with certain USB enclosures).

Text description of the full setup for each backup job that allows you to easily review the information regarding the backup.

File warnings
File warnings are displayed to the user during backup execution if the user chooses so. These warnings are also written to the log file. Scheduled backups do not show these warnings even when this option is set.

Test backup
The application tests the backups (using CRC32). This ensures that the files have been backed up properly and the backup is safe. You can also test the backup integrity at a later time from the application main menu. When backing up to removable media, after each media item written the backup test is performed (for spanned backups). When backing up to FTP, the XCRC command can be used (if supported by server). This speeds up the testing as Backup4all will verify the backup based on the CRC information received from server.

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