EaseUS Todo Backup Free

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EASEUS TODO BACKUP Free has lots of bases cov­ered: back­ing up in­di­vid­ual files and fold­ers, whole drives or par­ti­tions, or cre­at­ing a full sys­tem backup. There’s also a ‘smart’ op­tion that au­to­mat­i­cally backs up files in com­monly used lo­ca­tions, and you have the op­tion of us­ing cloud stor­age.

Back­ups can then be sched­uled, run­ning as in­cre­men­tal, dif­fer­en­tial or full back­ups as re­quired (see below for a full ex­pla­na­tion of the dif­fer­ences).

The free ver­sion of EaseUS Todo Backup free has al­most all the fea­tures of the premium edi­tion. You can still run back­ups on a sched­ule, but lose the abil­ity to have these back­ups trig­gered by var­i­ous events – not some­thing most peo­ple will miss. The same goes for com­mand line-driven back­ups, PC-to-PC data trans­fer, and Out­look backup; they’re all nice to have, but their ab­sence is un­likely to be a deal-breaker.

A few fea­tures are ex­clu­sive the the premium ver­sion, but Ea­susUS Todo Backup Free is more than enough for just about ev­ery­one out there.

You’ll be of­fered a free down­load of the Chromium browser and a Bing search plugin dur­ing in­stal­la­tion. If you’d rather skip these, uncheck both boxes be­fore click­ing ‘Next’.

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