Outlook Backup Assistant 7 for PC
Backup Your Entire Outlook Program
They say that over time people and their dogs start to look like each other. The same can be said about your Microsoft Outlook email client -- as you grow and use the program, you start tweaking and adjusting settings until you have a fully customized software program that fits you like a good pair of jeans. It would be a shame if something were to happen to it! Well, today's promotion is right up your alley -- it's Outlook Backup Assistant, available for a limited time at a significant discount!
Outlook Backup Assistant allows you to easily backup all your Outlook data and settings with just a few clicks, with no need to jump through hoops to restore it. If you've been "backing up" Outlook manually by copying a directory, you should know that you're not actually backing it up -- Outlook actually stores your data in multiple locations, making manual processes unreliable!
Version Alert!!! Outlook Backup Assistant recently entered version 7. Check out a sampling of what's new:
- Outlook 2013 support
- Windows 8 support
- Improved backup to external hard drives
- Enhanced threading to support multiple processors
- Improved, faster backup of all registry related data
That's where Outlook Backup Assistant steps in, making a backup of every important detail, from messages to data and settings, and storing it in a single convenient ZIP file. Of course, you may elect to use Outlook Backup Assistant to encrypt your backup using either standard ZIP encryption or strong 256-bit AES encryption! You can even use Outlook Backup Assistant to schedule automated backups for the ultimate in hands-free peace of mind.
Want to learn more about Outlook Backup Assistant? Click over to the product page for more detailed info!
This promotion includes the following:
Outlook Backup Assistant Home (non commercial use only, 1 PC) ($29.95)
Outlook Backup Assistant Professional (commercial use, 1 PC) ($49.95)
Outlook Backup Assistant Family (non commercial use, unlimited PCs in 1 household) ($59.95)
Review Written by Derek Lee