CrashPlan 3.5.3

Free, easy, automatic data backup
Truly dependable backup means backing up to multiple locations - not just online - which until now could be complicated. CrashPlan is a software that automatically backs up to multiple destinations for FREE!

CrashPlan's groundbreaking social backup concept makes it easy to back up to computers belonging to your network of friends or family for offsite backup, in addition to using your own computers and external drives for onsite backup. CrashPlan works on all your computers, so you don't have to worry about compatibility either.

CrashPlan is true backup; uncomplicated, reliable and even a little fun.

IMPORTANT! CrashPlan auto-updates to the latest version. You do not need to download it again once it's installed.

Main features:

  • FREE for personal backup
  • More reliable than online backup alone
  • Once daily automatic backup
  • Onsite and offsite destinations
  • Backs up attached drives
  • Works Everywhere:
  • Crashplan runs on PCs, Macs, Linux and Solaris. And only CrashPlan lets you back up to and restore from any combination of operating systems.
  • Real Redundancy:
  • Multi-destination backup means that if something happens to one of your backup locations, you'll be able to restore from another. Plus you have a choice of destinations from which to restore your files.
  • Always Secure:
  • CrashPlan's enterprise-grade 128-bit encryption secures your files at the source, even before they're backed up. Only you can access your files.

last updated on:
March 20th, 2012, 8:07 GMT
price:
FREE!
developed by:
Code 42 Software
homepage:
www.crashplan.com
license type:
Freeware 
category:
ROOT \ System \ Backup

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What's New in version 3.2.0
  • New Features / Enhancements:
  • Automatically pause backups when you're running low on battery. This option allows you to conserve battery power when you're running low by not backing up. Backup resumes when battery power returns to a level you specify or when you are plugged back in. Learn more
  • Permission option when restoring files for another user. When you're restoring files, you have the option to restore file with the original user's file permissions or with the permissions belonging to the person who is restoring. Learn more
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