File Management Backup Areca Backup for Windows

Areca Backup for Windows 7.4.9 for Windows

by Olivier Petrucci

Avg. Rating 4.7 (23 votes)

File Details

File Size 4.9 MB
License Open Source
Operating System Windows 2000/Server 2003/Server 2008/Vista/XP
Date Added
Total Downloads 2,411
Publisher Olivier Petrucci
Homepage Areca Backup
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Publisher's Description

Areca is an advanced personal file backup software. It allows you to select files or directories to backup, filter, encrypt and compress their content, and store them on your backup location.

Latest Reviews

darkpepe

darkpepe reviewed v7.1.5 on Mar 22, 2010

Amazing! Once you figured out the basics, very simple to use. It lacks of tape supoort to be a repalcement for business apps.

6 stars!

mnk2xl

mnk2xl reviewed v7.1.3 on Jul 13, 2009

Scheduling can be set up with Windows Task Scheduler. That's not a big deal for me.

F1Racer

F1Racer reviewed v7.0.9 on Jun 15, 2009

Lack of built-in scheduler ruins this otherwise capable program.
Backup system slightly confusing and destination files stored in strangely named folders for no apparent reason.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v7.0.9 on Apr 9, 2009

I tried this and is a little confusing to use at first and even when I set it it was still. Problem was it was very slow and the progress indicator seems to be somewhat inadequate. Open source with incremental option is good, but I think other soft may work better, though one with incremental for free I have not seen other than this.
Worth keeping an eye on.

Avg. Rating 4.7 (23 votes)
Your Rating
darkpepe

darkpepe reviewed v7.1.5 on Mar 22, 2010

Amazing! Once you figured out the basics, very simple to use. It lacks of tape supoort to be a repalcement for business apps.

6 stars!

mnk2xl

mnk2xl reviewed v7.1.3 on Jul 13, 2009

Scheduling can be set up with Windows Task Scheduler. That's not a big deal for me.

F1Racer

F1Racer reviewed v7.0.9 on Jun 15, 2009

Lack of built-in scheduler ruins this otherwise capable program.
Backup system slightly confusing and destination files stored in strangely named folders for no apparent reason.

anomoly

anomoly reviewed v7.0.9 on Apr 9, 2009

I tried this and is a little confusing to use at first and even when I set it it was still. Problem was it was very slow and the progress indicator seems to be somewhat inadequate. Open source with incremental option is good, but I think other soft may work better, though one with incremental for free I have not seen other than this.
Worth keeping an eye on.

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