Windows 7 Backup Software Features

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Windows 7 Backup requires a different approach than you need for less powerful versions of Microsoft Windows®. It comes with a range of advanced security features which make it relatively difficult to back up system files, disk images, open files, etc. That’s why you need special Windows 7 backup software, such as Handy Backup

Version 7.5.1, built on July 11, 2014
23.0 MB, 32-bit (above) or 29.2 MB, 64-bit version

Backup Windows 7

Full Compatibility with Windows 7

Our software proudly carries the “Compatible with Windows 7” logo which verifies that it satisfies all security and reliability requirements when working with Windows 7 and Windows 7-certified hardware.

Windows Data Backup

Variety of Supported Data for Backup

There are one-click presets that facilitate restore and backup Windows 7 data and popular applications. These include System Backup, Documents Backup, Outlook Backup, Disk Image, and a lot more.

Client-Server Workstation Backup

Client-Server Backup of a Network

If you have multiple Windows workstations or servers that you want to back up, you can do it with Server Network edition. It allows backing up all HDDs, SQL databases and other data in an enterprise network.

Handy Backup Standard

Version 7.5.1, built on July 11, 2014. 23.0 MB, 32-bit (above) or 29.2 MB, 64-bit version
Backup Software from Novosoft LLC. 39 USD per license.

Handy Backup Standard

The simplest way to perform backup of Windows 7 files is to get a brand shiny new Standard edition of the software.


Windows 7 Backup Features

Windows 7 has an own backup and restore service capable to keep some user files and system data. Sadly, this service has restricted functionality and was replaced completely in newer Windows versions due to a small amount of usability. Compared with built-in Windows 7 backup utility, Handy Backup contains advanced options greatly expanding the flexibility and stability.

These options, such as extended methods of storing Windows 7 backup to network drive or automating safekeeping of business-specific data, e.g. Exchange and Outlook messages, make Handy Backup a preference over built-in backing up and recovery tool.

The performance of Handy Backup as Windows 7 backup software confirms that it correctly exploits all specific options of the operating system and ensures that each component of the program works perfectly under any system configuration (in all modes and on all architectures):


Key Options of Hady Backup Utility

The short list of principal options of Handy Backup include following things:

  • Advanced backup settings. The program can perform full, incremental or differential backup, select file backup types by mask, organize system recovery using an image previously backed up, store entire disk data and so on.
  • Windows 7 Registry backup.The software allows you to backup registry Windows 7 file with an entire image of your system or separately.

  • Flexible scheduling. For any backup or restoration task, you can schedule a cycling period from minutes to months. It is also possible to run automatically some external programs before and/or after the particular task.
  • Digital security. All modules, including ZIP compression, Blowfish encryption, Open File backup, and other engines are proven to be stable and error free.
  • Administering backup tasks. All Windows 7 backup tasks can be scheduled to take place continuously, at a given time, or on certain events (logon, logoff, and other). Advanced users can make use of command line interface, e-mail notification, fast backup and other options.
  • Selection of supported storages. The utility can store your Windows 7 backup data to any local and external hard drives (including Flash, USB and FireWire drives), FTP/SFTP/FTPS servers, network-attached storage devices (NAS) or clouds both private and commercial. Learn more about supported backup storage types...

...To Rule Them All

Handy Backup can function not only as Windows 7 backup software but as the utility designed for any modern version of Windows.

The list of supported versions includes Windows 8.1, Windows 8, 7, Vista and XP for standalone computers, as well as server editions of Windows Server 2003, 2008, 2008R2 and 2012. It has also native supporting for Linux-based remote machines in network editions of Handy Backup.

Try Handy Backup - the most powerful Windows 7 backup software!


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6 comments

  • werner_68 | 2012-11-06 07:06:57

    Great Handy Backup supports W 7, it`s wide spread, the same regarding to me. В 

  • HB_Moderator | 2012-11-12 06:15:34

    And meet the news that Handy Backup supports Windows 8 too.

  • James Lewis | 2012-10-24 07:28:49

    Handy Standard is pretty good for me as for a normal user.)

  • HB_Moderator | 2012-11-12 06:14:35

    Thank you! Please share your experience on our Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/NovosoftHandyBackupВ 

  • Allen | 2012-10-24 07:24:43

    Backup Windows 8 by Handy Backup is also available as I know.

  • HB_Moderator | 2012-11-12 06:13:21

    Yes, this is detailed info http://www.handybackup.net/windows-8-backup.shtml

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