Life throws at us lots of surprises, and not all of them are fun. An example of such not-so-great «surprise» is the loss of valuable data. Despite all the encouragement we hear about backing up what we value, we fail to follow the advice; mainly because the backup routine is often too sophisticated and the performance of backup and recovery utilities leaves much to be desired.
Titan Backup seems to have conquered these lacks and is ready to take a stand for the safety of your data. Its wizard-driven interface will let you not worry about editing config files or setting/clearing a multitude of checkboxes. Once the backup job is defined, the software can run it automatically and just let you know of its status via e-mail.
Along with regular files the backup can grab from disk, it can just as easily get files from removable media, email clients, Windows settings, Registry, and even open files. Backing up to self-extraction or regular Zip archives, encrypting backup data for more safety, handling incremental and differential backup versions — these are the basics Titan Backup can do. Numerous plug-ins available free of charge will let you tune up the program to the point only you can imagine.
With Titan Backup, a disaster wont strike you like a bolt from the blue.
Preventing disasters, however, is not the only application of backup software. Check it out at transferring large volumes of data between computers. Youll love it; guaranteed!
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