[Review] DoubleSafety 4.4

Giveaway of the day for August 4, 2009 is:

DoubleSafety 4.4

Version reviewed:

Software description as per GOTD:

DoubleSafety is a program for automatic data backup. With an effortless user interface, you can store backups on your hard drive or use a local area network, send them to an FTP server or write to a CD/DVD or Blu-Ray/HD-DVD. You can also automatically encrypt data using the 256-bit AES algorithm.Benefits of using DoubleSafety:

  • Thought-out interface
  • Powerful and flexibly customizable scheduler
  • Encrypting with the AES standard
  • Uploading backups to an FTP server
  • Writing backups to CD/DVD and Blu-Ray/HD-DVD
  • Version control
  • Incremental and differential backup
  • Open files backup


DoubleSafety was last given out in March as v4.3. I wrote a full review on it back then. You can read it by clicking here.

Today’s version is v4.4. Here are the changes as per the developer:

  • Added E-mail Notifications.



  • Added Windows 7 Support.
  • Fixed some interface problems.

For the full review, final verdict, free alternatives, and recommendations, please refer back to my earlier review.

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