Backup4all 2 with 3 new backup types (incremental, differential, mirror)

Backup4all 2.0 was released. This is a major version release and contains a lot of new features and improvements. It includes 3 new backup types (incremental, differential, mirror) and other important improvements.

It is a free upgrade for existing users. You can download it here:

What’s new in Backup4all 2.0:

  • Differential backup type: faster than full backup, backs up only new and modified files
  • Incremental backup type: possibility to limit the number of backup increments that are created
  • Disk spanning
  • Disk labeling
  • Customize and preview zip names
  • Mirror backup type: customize destination folder names, recreate folder tree
  • Handle data volumes larger than 2 Gbytes
  • Built in CD burning support. No need for third party drivers
  • Show file sizes and modification dates in Explore View. Sort files in tree by clicking on column header
  • Easy restore of a whole folder by right-click menu in Explore View
  • Command line support
  • Create shortcut to execute one backup job
  • File finder in Explore View (by name)
  • Show available space in destination on Statistics View
  • Added possibility to run program/action only once
  • Drag-drop support for adding files and folders as sources
  • Option to show a warning message before erasing removable media
  • Option to keep the CD ejected after burning
  • Daylight saving time fix for NT file systems
  • “Check all” and “Uncheck all” commands to easily select/deselect all sources
  • Override file filters for root sources
  • Minor bug fixes

This update is free for all registered users of Backup4all 2.x, for previous version owners (i.e. 1.x) you have the option to upgrade by visiting this URL:

As always we welcome any feedback regarding this release, so feel free to add your comment here or add a post on our Forums if you’re already a member.