Giveaway: Genie Timeline Professional

Genie Timeline Professional; revolutionary backup software that is designed to meet the data protection needs of day to day business users. With 3 simple, straight forward steps you can enjoy enhanced features such as; disaster recovery, backing up a wide variety of data types, multiple performance modes, enhanced security.

No need to worry about disasters to your system, Genie Timeline Professional can restore all of your settings and data. Include Disaster Recovery in your backup selections and create a Disaster Recovery Startup Disk on a virtual partition, a USB disk, or an ISO image so that you could restore your data in case of failure. That’s not all; Genie Timeline Professional will backup Windows’ folders, program files, and user’s data every 24 hours for faster and safer data protection. For unbeatable security; Genie Timeline Professional is enhanced with 256-bit AES military grade encryption. Moreover; it is powered with Incremental Block Level technology that backs up only modifications or changes made within the file, not the entire file, saving you both time and space. The lightweight software monitors your system’s performance and recognizes when you are playing a game, watching a movie or running a presentation and alters its performance mode accordingly by pausing the backup for better CPU usage. It will also run on low resources when your computer is running on batteries and will pause when the power level becomes critical. Genie Timeline Professional can backup any type of data; if it is not included in the smart selections page you can use the filters to add/exclude file types.

Genie Timeline Professional

Genie Timeline Professional

Some of the elegant features of Genie Timeline Professional are:

  • Simple and Easy
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Intelli Continuous Data Protection (CDP)
  • Restore
  • Block Level Backup
  • Performance
  • Data Types
  • Backup Breakdown
  • Merges with Windows

Since the software is also fully integrated with Windows, you can exclude files or folders from the backup by simply placing them into the “No Backup Zone” folder, or you can add/exclude files or folders to the backup with a simple right click. Revolutionizing the way you do backup.

If you want to grab a Free License Key for the same then visit this PAGE.

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  1. Maura Atchison May 6, 2013
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