Genie Backup Review (In Depth)

The last three articles in our newsletter have provided an in-depth look into The Importance of Backing up Data, highlighted a number of
Backup Strategies, and even presented a
Six Point Guide to Buying Backup Software

At the same time, the articles were being compiled, however, I quietly enlisted myself on a top secret mission to research, review, and rigorously test a never-ending list of backup software.

The purpose: to find the best, easiest to use, feature-packed backup utility according to the stringent set of criteria previously established in our
Six Point Purchasing Guide (namely: Ease of Use, Value for Money, Reliability, Performance, and Depth of Feature Set).

An impossible feat?

Perhaps not – but extremely time consuming, especially considering there are literally millions of possibilities to choose from.

The choices were so overwhelming, in fact, that our regular newsletter delivery schedule was interrupted during my research.

Thankfully, my quest to find such a program ended when I came across a wonderful backup utility called “Genie Backup Manager.”

What is Genie Backup Manager?

Genie Backup Manager (GBM) is an all-in-one backup solution that provides easy to use, powerful features that can archive and restore personal files, documents, e-mails, complex Windows settings, programs, and more to virtually any local or remote device, including: internal and external hard disks, FTP locations, across network, CD/DVD discs, removable media, and memory sticks.

Now that’s a mouthful!

Some of the incredible features of Genie Backup Manager include:

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