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BitReplica 2.1.1< のgiveaway は 2016年5月9日
Windows PCに保管されたファイルをバックアップ。写真、音楽、文書と他のデーターをハードドライブのクラッシュ、ウイルスの攻撃や間違えて削除した際に失うことがないよう保護。このプログラムは特にたくさんの保存ディバイス (PCに幾つかのハードドライブがある場合やネットワーク上で幾つかのPCがある場合）に便利。
Windows XP SP3 (x32)/ Vista SP2 (x32)/ 7/ 8/ 8.1/ 10; Memory: 512 MB
SO today's offer is a trialware backup program?
Am I missing something?
Thought this was a giveaway of the day, not lend away of the day, one-year license, not for me.
Probably not necessary to buy a program of this type as there is plenty of freeware, nine different ones at the following link:-
It includes some really good companies programs, AOMEI, EaseUS etc, found AOMEI to be very good.
I'd rather try a professional backup software, such as AOMEI Backupper Standard, which is free and powerful. I'm using it to do an auto backup for my Windows 7, also it can be used to backup files, partition and disk in all Windows editions.
I have installed the program on Windows 8.1 and Windows 7. I like the clean interface of the program and the fact that for simple backups it doesn't use a proprietary format. Also, the program doesn't seem to limit the usage to 1 year, therefore I think the license refer to updates to new versions and technical support.
xunrage, I think not so: "Continued use of the purchased product is contingent upon your payment of the subscription." You must pay EVERY year for this tool...
As the developer says, this software is able to backup to several storage drives. Assuming that the result is not proprietorial -- that is, you won't need to have the software on your computer in order to restore a backup -- then today's one-year license will no doubt appeal to some users, because if they choose not to purchase after 12 months, their backups will nevertheless still be accessible. Other than that multiple facility though, BitReplica does nothing that existing freeware like Synchredible already achieves, including the ability to backup from any drive, whether it's the main drive or not. Auslogics has a decent reputation but I'm somewhat surprised to see it adopting the rentalware business model here for something which, unlike an anti-malware / anti-virus security product, inflicts no high resource / high cost overhead on the developer in terms of daily, or even hourly, updating.
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