Free Backup4all Lite 4.3!

2009-12-17_210525Backup4all is a commercial file backup software. It comes it four flavors, Backup4all Lite, Backup4all Standard, Backup4all Professional, and Backup4all Portable. Here is a chart comparing the feature differences between all four versions:

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Backup4all Lite (v4.3) is the flavor that is being given away for free. If you want more detailed information on Backup4all Lite or want my opinion of it, feel free to read the full review on Backup4all Lite I wrote back in February.

To get Backup4all Lite (v4.3) for free, follow these simple directions:

Version being given out for free: v4.3

Free updates available: Unspecified

Supported OS: Windows 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista/Server 2008/Win7

Download size: 18.8 MB

  • Visit the promotion page and click on “Try now” to download Backup4all Lite:

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  • Install Backup4all Lite.
  • After installation, the registration page will open in your default browser window. Register:

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  • Check the inbox of the e-mail you used to register. There should be an e-mail from “Backup4all <no-reply@backup4all.com>” with the subject of “Backup4all Lite Registration Key”. In the e-mail you will find your registration information:

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Copy the registration key and take note of the fact you must enter “Creativemark” as the registration name when registering the software.

  • Run Backup4all Lite and and register it:

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  • Enjoy!

If you have any trouble getting Backup4all Lite for free, post below and I will try to help.

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9 comments

  1. normofthenorth

    I was going to switch from Titan to GFI, but instead I stopped using “file-based” backups completely. I’ve got a cheap ($10) copy of Acronic True Image that I use, and I set my sister up with Macrium Reflect Free.

    Both of those “image-based” backup programs seem to do everything that these “file-based” backup programs do, and so much more!!

    Can somebody explain why it’s worth using GFI or Free Backup4All if you’ve got a copy of (say) Macrium Reflect Free? Or is this mostly for people who haven’t tried the new “image-based” backup programs?

  2. Sutty

    Difficult to ditch a piece of software if it does the job and you’ve become used to the way it operates. For that reason i’ll not be uninstalling Karen’s Replicator. Simple to set up, never fails to do what i ask it to, and it’s free. Love it…

  3. Paul M

    I agree re: GFI BackUp being the best free back up software out there, imo obviously. If other softwares are lowering their prices, or becoming free because of such competition, then fantastic, bring it on! I like free stuff, especially when it works.

  4. MikeR

    @ Jabtano:

    Another GFI fan here, too! I installed GFI at the beginning of September this year, when the developer launched the ‘We Care’ initiative (or something like that) and made the Home Edition free to home users.

    I was as surprised then as I am pleased now with the sheer quality of the GFI app. And GFI’s support is excellent, even including a really good .wmv for newbie users and user manual.

    (That and the fact that although GFI has my email addy, for registration purposes, I’ve never received a spam email from it since installing, unlike the well-nigh incessant bombardment from software publishers like Ashampoo.)

    Whether GFI is better, or worse, than Free Backup 4All Lite, I don’t know, because with all backup apps, how satisfied one is depends entirely on an individual’s requirements and expectations.

    For my needs though, GFI has proved itself time and again.

    I think the fact that it’s such a latecomer to the scene (in terms of being freeware for non-commercial use) perhaps explains why it’s still not as well known as similar apps.

    But I do wonder if the reason that the stripped-down version of Backup4all is now the subject of a free offer means that its developer has heard of GFI Free. . . ;-)

    Be interesting to hear Ashraf’s informed opinions on GFI when he gets a spare moment. . .

    Possibly in 2012.

    :-)

  5. Jabtano

    Thanks, but I sort of like GFI I think it’s the best free option out there. not just because it’s free but it gives a pretty good stack of features.but that is me others may not see it that way.