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now is backup4all available

Backup4all 7.3 is now available
Backup4all 7.3 was released, an important update with several improvements.

You can download it here:

This update is free only for users who purchased Backup4all 7.x (or an
upgrade to it). 

For previous version owners, the upgrade is not free. Licensed users of
Backup4all 6.x (and previous) will get upgrade discounts up to 60%
(promotion valid until July 1st, 2018). 

What is new in Backup4all version 7.3:

- New: General Data Protection Regulation compliance changes
- Update: Check boxes displayed during setup are now more visible on
Windows with no theme
- Update: Minor GUI improvements
- Fix: Control tab in Main window had hidden buttons
- Fix: OneDrive for Business connection errors
- Fix: Custom filter errors in certain situations
- Fix: Help button from File menu did not work
- Fix: Rotate disks on external disk option was not saving state
- Fix: Backup Properties displayed a warning message for some
- Fix: Always add command line details in the bug reporting log

You can read more about the new features here:
Quote:We have released version 8.1 of Backup4all, an update that adds remote

monitoring support for backups and other actions.

Source- email from dev.
Quote:Backup4all Monitor provides realtime and historical monitoring for actions executed by Backup4all on remote machines. You can monitor remotely backup/test/restore & cleanup job actions from any client computer that has Backup4all installed. 

Backup4all Monitor is compatible with the following operating systems: Windows 10, 8, 7, Vista, XP SP3, Server 2019/2016/2012/2008/2003 (32/64-bits). It requires approximately 100MB of free disk space.
The Backup4all Monitor has two components:

  1. Backup4all Monitor Server. The monitoring server gathers the monitoring information sent to it from all the client computers that have Backup4all installed and configured to send data. Only details about job actions are sent (backup, restore, test, cleanup). The server can be installed in your own network or on cloud servers such as Amazon S3/Azure.
  2. Backup4all Monitor Dashboard. The dashboard provides a graphical user interface for analyzing the data stored and managed by the Backup4all Monitor Server. It can be installed on the same computer as the monitor server, or on different computers as it's able to connect remotely. The dashboard is free to use/distribute, thus you can install it on as many computers as you need.

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