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Developer(s) Softland
Stable release
6.3.278 / 29 November 2016; 5 months ago (2016-11-29) [1]
Development status Active
Operating system Windows
Size 103.2 MB
Available in 22 languages[2]
Type Backup software
License Proprietary/Shareware[3]

Backup4all is a backup software for Microsoft Windows developed by Softland. It allows files to be backed up to any local or network drive, FTP or SFTP server, CD/DVD/Blu-ray, or other removable media. The term "backing up" means to save data on an external hard drive in case something happens to you personal computer. This is useful to safeguard sensitive data from deletion. Four different types of backups are supported: incremental backup, differential backup, full backup and mirror backup.

The application supports an XML plug-in system that allows backing up the data and settings of different software applications. It also gives the user the option to compress backed-up files using open-source standards.

Backup4all comes in three editions: Lite, Standard and Professional. It also has a portable version that can be installed on removable drives (such as USB flash drives). It is distributed as shareware and has a trial period of 30 days.


Supported operating systems:

Required hardware:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Backup4all Version History". 
  2. ^ Softland (2015). "Languages". Retrieved 2015-11-05. 
  3. ^ Softland (November 2015). "Backup4all End-User License Agreement" (PDF). Retrieved 2015-11-05. 

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