Latest Backup Software Reviews
At BestBackupReviews.com we have taken extensive time and effort to evaluate and review many of the leading backup software titles on the market as of today. In addition to this, we have also reviewd many of the latest productivity software and PC utility software titles also available. Check out some of our latest software reviews below:
iDrive have been well known for providing a great cloud backup software option for a long time and this new venture into S3 compatible cloud not only brings with it their years of cloud storage experience, but also their very competitive pricing approach.
Not only are the core disk partitioning functions covered within Partition Wizard to a very good level, this specialist tool also features many other related utilities including data recovery tools, disk copying, OS migration tools and file system conversion tools
Ashampoo Backup FREE aims to bring a useful set of PC backup features from the professional version whilst also cutting out just enough functionality to remain useful whilst bringing the cost down to zero.
Now fully updated to support the latest Windows 11 & featuring an extended set of super-fast cleaning tools (which now clean even deeper and up to 75% quicker than before), WinOptimizer 25 continues to impress!
In this post I will be comparing Backblaze and SpiderOak One Backup, two very strong cloud backup solutions which both feature secure cloud storage, unlimited historic file versioning and always-on data encryption
Blobbackup have continued to develop and refine their simple but effective software into what is now a leading backup solution, one which comes with 2TB of cloud storage included right out of the (virtual) box!
F-Secure ID Protection is a leading password manager which goes much further than most to also include tools for helping to protect your digital identity across both the web and the dark web alike!
O&O FileBackup is a lightweight, inexpensive and easy to use backup solution for Windows PCs which simplifies the process of backing-up important files either to locally attached storage or to a network drive