Tech deals: Genie Timeline Home 2.1, worth $39.95, free on Tuesday

Tech deals: Genie Timeline Home 2.1, worth $39.95, free on Tuesday

Keep your most important files backed up using our free giveaway: Genie Timeline Home 2.1, worth $39.95.

Considering how important it is, backing up in Windows is never as simple as it should be. Until now… Timeline Home 2.1 reduces the backup process to just three steps: pick your backup drive, choose what to backup and then set your backup options. It comes with disaster recovery options, so you’ll never be left without your data and is constantly working quietly in the background ensuring your backup is fully up to date.

All of this powerful and useful technology could one day save you in all kinds of different ways: hundreds of dollars in data recovery fees, your job or even your marriage (imagine telling your better half what happened to those priceless photos when your hard drive crashed). That’s got to be worth something, right?

From around 11am on Tuesday March 6, all of that protection can be yours for nothing: We’re giving away a full copy of Timeline Home 2.1, worth $39.95 for free.

Once installed, fire up Genie and choose where to save your backup to. Next, choose exactly what gets backed up from a simple list, containing options like email, My Documents, financial files and disaster recovery (ensuring you can boot Windows again should anything horrific happen). Then choose your options and sit back and watch as Genie gets to work protecting your files.

It’s all done in the background, you can easily add extra files to your backup at any time via Windows Explorer and – of course – restore your data at any time. In fact, Genie stores multiple versions of your files, allowing you to go back to an earlier version if necessary.

It’s all designed to be user friendly and simple to use – the user interface is wonderfully simple to navigate – and most importantly, you know your data is continually being monitored and backed up – there’s no need to rely on a program that backs up once a day or weekly any more.

To get your full, free version of Genie Timeline Home 2.1, simply head to our download page. Login (create an account if you haven’t already done so), download Genie Timeline Home 2.1 and request a unique serial code.

Note: This offer is only valid for 24 hours, starting today at 11am. There are a limited number of free licenses, and once they’ve been assigned the offer will end.

This article originally appeared at softwarecrew.co.uk

Source: Copyright Software Crew

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