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Some time ago, I wrote about Titan Backup, which is an all-in-one solution for backing up your files to another location, drive, or across a network.

I was recently informed of GFI backup, which is a new, free version of the combination of GFI backup and Titan backup. The two companies came together and provided this excellent home solution.

GFI Backup Screenshot 1

The user interface is much the same as Titan backup and you’ll find it just as easy to use.

GFI Backup Screenshot 2

If you would like a step by step guide, detailing how to set up a backup, head here (the guide is written for Titan Backup, but the steps are almost identical.)

Download GFI Backup

Download GFI Backup



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12 thoughts on “GFI Backup is a Free Automated File Backup Solution”

  1. David Needham says:

    Looks interesting. I’ll try it out.

  2. David Needham says:

    Looks interesting. I’ll try it out.

  3. David Needham says:

    Looks interesting. I’ll try it out.

  4. Neo says:

    So is this backup better than Titan Backup ?? – I’m sure the staff at GFI will say yes whereas the staff at Titan will say no :D Mergers does not mean they are kiss kiss yet. If it is a merger they should call the new co GTFiItan.

  5. Neo says:

    So is this backup better than Titan Backup ?? – I’m sure the staff at GFI will say yes whereas the staff at Titan will say no :D Mergers does not mean they are kiss kiss yet. If it is a merger they should call the new co GTFiItan.

  6. Neo says:

    So is this backup better than Titan Backup ?? – I’m sure the staff at GFI will say yes whereas the staff at Titan will say no :D Mergers does not mean they are kiss kiss yet. If it is a merger they should call the new co GTFiItan.

  7. Anton Van Wamelen says:

    we tried out this GFI Backup and found iut that it won’t (it’s their own words) make a complete backup or image of your system drive, rather strange, isn’t it? But we ignore the notice and went on, after approx. 2 hours it completed the 42 GB backup, with errors. apparently we had to switch off UAC before we started or maybe run it as an Admin, nevertheless we have a backup a sort of…

    Rich,can we login via the a normal WL account, not a Facebook? please…

  8. Rich says:

    Thanks for the feedback.

    What as a WL account? You don’t have to use Facebook; there are around 7 other services you can log in via.

  9. Anton Van Wamelen says:

    we tried out this GFI Backup and found iut that it won’t (it’s their own words) make a complete backup or image of your system drive, rather strange, isn’t it? But we ignore the notice and went on, after approx. 2 hours it completed the 42 GB backup, with errors. apparently we had to switch off UAC before we started or maybe run it as an Admin, nevertheless we have a backup a sort of…

    Rich,can we login via the a normal WL account, not a Facebook? please…

  10. Anton Van Wamelen says:

    we tried out this GFI Backup and found iut that it won’t (it’s their own words) make a complete backup or image of your system drive, rather strange, isn’t it? But we ignore the notice and went on, after approx. 2 hours it completed the 42 GB backup, with errors. apparently we had to switch off UAC before we started or maybe run it as an Admin, nevertheless we have a backup a sort of…

    Rich,can we login via the a normal WL account, not a Facebook? please…

  11. Rich says:

    Thanks for the feedback.

    What as a WL account? You don’t have to use Facebook; there are around 7 other services you can log in via.

  12. Rich says:

    Thanks for the feedback.

    What as a WL account? You don’t have to use Facebook; there are around 7 other services you can log in via.

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