This download of TurboBackup 9.1 for Windows from FileStream can back up files from multiple sources, such as a computer or networked storage, to multiple destinations, such as drives, Google Drive folders, or remote servers. This version of the software offers Drag-and-Drop backup. Simply drag and drop the files or folders you wish to back up to the Backup Task you have created, or to the Backup Wizard.
TurboBackup 9.1 includes new templates for creating either one-click backups or scheduled backups to Cloud accounts, such as Google Drive, Dropbox, iCloud, and Skydrive. If you experience data loss, any local or network-based backup may be restored to your computer. TurboBackup 9.1 also allows you to back up different versions of the same file so that their documents may be protected across different stages of the editing process.
If you want to know how much space your backup requires, TurboBackup always calculates the amount of space needed versus what is available. If you do not have enough storage space available, TurboBackup will let you know. Otherwise, the backup will begin without interruption.
This product licenses one user to install the software on one device..
Features New to this Edition
- Drag and Drop feature for adding files and folders to a backup
- Back up Database Management System
- Handling of locked up or unavailable files
- Supports additional backup target media types
- Full Windows 8 compatibility
Daily & Progressive Backup
Prepare Backup Dialog
Preview Backup Files
Secure and Compress Backup
Backup to Remote Server
Quickly back up large files from your computer directly to an FTP server using TurboBackup. FTP is a fast internet protocol used to transfer and share large files. It transfers files dramatically faster than traditional http or email. The built-in FTP feature in TurboBackup enables the transfer of large files and folders. Simply choose the backup media as FTP servers and follow the step-by-step wizard to set up the task
Backup Summary and History
Backup Summary accumulates general information about each task, including status and statistics. Backup History gives you all backup occurrences on the system in a timeline
Event Logs and Backup E-mail Notifications
Periodic backup of your data is the first step for recovery. The event log serves as a placeholder of all backup occurrences on the system, and monitoring the log can detect any failed attempts. When you use scheduled backup, you have options to include an email notification for the success or fail status of the backup
Restore Lost, Damaged, or Changed Files
Restore in TurboBackup is a simple task that can have your backed-up files restored quickly. To begin, select the task and click on the Restore icon to restore individual files, groups of files, or all of the files that you've backed up. If you have more than one copy of the backup data, you have the choice of restoring from a particular backup, or you can use the Previous Version function that shows you all backups of the same document from which to choose
Batch and Automate Backup
You can automate the backup by scheduling the backup task. You have options to select how often to back up, from a minute's interval to hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. You can specify the starting time and date, and optionally the ending date. It is easy to set up, test, change, start, and stop the scheduling
Backup tasks can be grouped together, and with one click they can all be backed up concurrently, not sequentially. When performing multiple backups, TurboBackup uses its multi-threading technology
A catalog is automatically created with each new backup. The default folder for the catalog is the task sub folder of your personal TurboBackup folder, which can be changed. This catalog serves not only as backup history, but also as a directory for your archived photos, music, and documents. It is much easier to find files in catalogs than going through piles of CDs