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EaseUS Todo Backup 4.0 Adds GPT Disk and Exchange 2010 Backup

If you use EaseUS Todo Backup to create disk images or for backing up your files, it’s time for an upgrade. The company has released a new version that brings a revamped interface with several new including support for Exchange 2010 and GPT disk partition backup and recovery. EaseUS Todo Backup 4.0 also features a new Central Management Console that enables you to deploy backup task to other clients.

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EaseUS Todo Backup 4.0 is a free and effective all-in-one backup solution capable of backing up everything from selected files and file types to entire partitions or drives. The software supports multiple backup solution such as incremental backup, differential backup, image backup, and more recently GPT disk backup and Exchange/SQL database backup. The new release supports SQL 2000, 2005, 2008 and Exchange 2003, 2007, 2010.

You can also set schedule for backups, creating backup plans by hour/day/week/month. Disk or partition clone helps clone basic partition and disk, dynamic volume to migrate data or upgrade disk, wipe data to wipe all sensitive or confidential files permanently to protect your privacy, USB or CD/DVD bootable disk with better compatibility after system failure.

EaseUS Todo Backup 4.0 modified interface lets you can set backup task or plan in one single window without having to follow the backup and recovery wizard step by step. There is a new Central Management Console that lets you remotely deploy backup tasks on networked computers running copies of EaseUS Todo Backup 4.0.

For full list of features, visit the product’s website.

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  1. new interface simply sucks. try to do anyting on my 9" acer aspire one (win xp) when half of it including "proceed" button is not accessible...

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