The “Aomei Backupper Pro” backup software, which otherwise costs around 45 euros, is completely free on World Backup Day. So protect your personal memories and secure the program.
The free standard version of Aomei Backupper is one of the most popular backup tools for Windows. In fact, it already covers everything you need to back up data at home. But there is also a 45 euro pro version that can do more and work faster. Is currently Aomei Backupper Pro given away by the supplier because it is March 31st World Backup Day.
Tip: From the manufacturer’s side There is also a free backup program for iOS devices.
Complete backup suite
What Aomei Backupper Pro can do, even compared to the competition, you can see in our latest Backup software test Read. Don’t be fooled, overall Aomei Backupper Pro delivered good performance that was also very balanced. You can use the software to create full backups or save user data in a specific way, including real-time backup and cloning function. It is precisely these extras that distinguish the Pro version from the free standard version. The other differences listed Manufacturer page on.
Dust off the free 45 euro backup tool
And that’s how easy it is to get the free full version: just download the Aomei Backupper Pro and unzip the zip file. There you will find the installer and a readme file. The readme file contains the key you need to register the software. To do this, click on “Register” in the program and save the password. This unlocks the Pro version for one year. If you’re concerned that backups will no longer be available, you can rest easy – the manufacturer is giving away an annual version again next year, so a smooth transition is possible.
If you don’t have backup software yet or are not satisfied with the scope of free programs, you can access it here. It is important that you register the software before April 2, 2021, then the free campaign ends and for the full version of Aomei Backupper Pro They pay 45 euros again.
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