Wednesday, May 13, 2009

Backup4all Professional v4.0.126

Backup4all Professional v4.0.126 | 13.7MB

Backup4all is an award-winning, powerful data backup software for Windows. It protects your valuable data from partial or total loss by automating tasks, password protecting and compressing it to save storage space. Using Backup4all you can easily back up to any local or network drive, backup to FTP, backup to DVD, or other removable media (such as USB drives). Backup4all is the perfect backup solution for desktop and laptop computers, for your business or personal use. 

Backup4all was designed to be an easy-to-use software. It comes with separate wizards for backing up and restoring. All you have to do is follow the wizards steps and the instructions on screen. With the help of the file tree, you can see all files backed up and the new files that will be stored at the next execution. You can sort and search this file backup tree. You can start the application at windows startup or minimize it to the system tray.
You can browse a folder tree to select individual files and folders to be backed up or you can include or exclude them individually.

You can actually see how many files are backed up, the total space allocated for the current backup in the destination, how many files will be added at the next execution, what is the available free space on destination and much more.
You can configure this backup software 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.
You can easily define a backup job for My documents, My pictures or backup Outlook Express emails and settings from the predefined backups list.

Key features:
• Version Tracking. Backup4all is a backup software that offers a unique mode to track file versions. You can selectively restore any previous state of the file directly from the main window.
• Backup to DVD and CD. You do not need separate software to burn your backups to DVD or CD, because Backup4all comes with its own built-in CD/DVD burning support. However, if you prefer, you can still use UDF format to burn your CDs/DVDs.
• Standard Zip Compression. Backup4all creates standard zip files. This means that you can access your data with any zip compatible utility. You can also secure the backed up data with AES encryption (128, 192, 256-bit).
• Highly Configurable. Plenty of backup types to choose from: full backup, differential backup, incremental backup and mirror backup. Built-in scheduler, extra actions to perform before and/or after execution, command line […]
• Backup open files. Backup4all uses the Volume Shadow Copy service that allows you to back up open files (local) from NTFS partitions in Windows XP/2003 and Windows Vista. For example you can backup Outlook Express or Microsoft Outlook emails and settings without closing them.
• FTP Backup Software. You can now backup your files to remote locations using FTP connection (with SSL support, active/passive transfer modes, firewall support).

Compatible with Windows 95/98/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista

Changes in Backup4all 4.1:
* New: Backup to Blu-ray discs and HD-DVD (or from Blu-ray/HD DVD) is now supported
* New: Added support for backing up to dual layer DVDs
* New: Added plugin to backup Microsoft Outlook automatically
* New: Added show excluded file no. and excluded folder no. (in Test/Cleanup window, Backup View, Restore/Choose backup numbers window)
* New: Added text description field for selected filter in Options->Filters
* New: Predefined global filters are added automatically to new backup jobs
* New: Added new predefined splits for Blu-ray and dual layer DVDs
* New: Show text description for selected filter in Options->Filters
* Update: Optimized "Update catalog" process for jobs with many backup numbers
* Update: Before/After actions now allow shortcuts
* Fix: When using mirror with zip, files with long path were not copied
* Fix: "Delete sources after successful backup" did not remove folders from sources
* Fix: ICO images with resolution over 32x32 and alpha blending were not loaded as backup job icons
* Fix: Filters containing absolute paths were ignored
* Fix: Testing a mirror backup (with zip and AES encryption) to FTP returned errors even when successful
* Fix: Timeout while waiting to stop expand
* Fix: In specific cases, "Close after run" was ignored for scheduled groups
* Fix: Disabled schedulers were still executed on Vista
* Fix: Files were not deleted during incremental backups set to keep only 3 versions
* Fix: Use existing FTP configuration in New Backup Wizard
* Fix: "Limit number of backups" and "Merge backups" are now taken into account when backing up to USB flash drives (if the backup is not spanned)
* Fix: Scheduled jobs for other users were available for the current user too
* Fix: Miscelaneous fixes for filters
* Fix: When running a full backup to an external drive, no error was shown in some cases if the drive was disconnected
* Fix: Bandwidth limitation was ignored when set through the Options-Ftp window
* Fix: When using the Merge backups option, files that only have one version and have the status excluded will be deleted
* Fix: Pause during a restore operation was ignored
* Fix: Security password is not enforced when switching from current user to all users
* Fix: Changes to a general predefined filter were not propagated to locked backup jobs using it
* Fix: Changes to a general predefined ftp configuration were not propagated to locked backup jobs using it
* Fix: When cancelling a backup to a removable drive during merge, a temporary folder was kept in the destination
* Fix: Restoring deleted files from a mirror backup wasn't working in certain conditions
* Fix: Too many tests were performed for a spanned back-up to CD/DVD
* Fix: Standalone scheduler was still executed if disabled
* Fix: Importing (from version 3) a backup job based on a plugin was not importing the plugin too
* Fix: Status progress bar inaccuracies when backing up registry files
* Fix: Show only Active jobs filter was not working correctly
* Fix: "Backup4all could not find the locally cached backup catalog for..." error fixed
* Fix: Catalog folder pointed to the wrong folder when reinstalling with different setup options
* Fix: Folder filters when performing a restore were ignored
* Fix: Restoring from an Outlook Express backup was not working correctly if the Windows username was different

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