FBackup is built on the same platform and by the same company as Backup4all. While FBackup is free and recommended for casual use, Backup4all is recommended for more advanced backup needs.

Below is a quick comparison between FBackup and Backup4all to help you decide which fits your needs best.

Backup4all Professional

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FBackup (Free)

Backup Destinations
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)
Cloud Backups to Microsoft OneDrive, Azure, Amazon S3, BOX, Hidrive or Hubic
Cloud backups to Google Drive
Cloud backups to Dropbox
Backup to FTP
Backup to FTPS (FTP with SSL)
Backup to SFTP (SSH FTP)
Backup to CD/DVD/Blu-ray/HD-DVD
Backup to external/removable media hdd
Backup to local/network drives
Backup Sources
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)
Backup from local hard drives
Backup from CD/DVD/Blu-ray
Backup from external/removable media
Backup from network drives
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)
Start application at windows startup
Add sources with drag-drop
Brief view
Views: statistics, summary
Lock program interface with a password
Show versions in explore view
Search as-you-type for backup jobs/tags in backup list
Group/manage multiple backup configurations
Visualization modes for application startup
"Show errors in tray" option
View jobs/tags in backup list as tree, list or Icons
MSI setup for automatic deployment
Automatic updates
Multi-language support
New backup wizard
Possibility to pause/resume or stop the backup
Free backup plugins
Show backup progress
Command line
AES encryption (128-bit, 192-bit and 256-bit)
Support for remote monitoring of backups and other actions
Backup Execution
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)
Create desktop shortcuts for backup jobs and backup tags
Default predefined backups
Microsoft Outlook backup plugin
Backup open files
Inclusion and exclusion filters for files and folders
Create and use general predefined filters
Email notifications on success, errors, warnings
Run program/action before and/or after backup
Clear/clean backup actions
Back up empty folders
Delete sources after successful backup
Create backup Log
Run backup at system shutdown
Run backup at log on or log off
Limit number of backup versions
Compress backup files (standard zip/zip64 format)
Choose zip compression level
Split zip files
Execute all backup configurations in a tag
Perform unattended backups using schedulers
Backup Types
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)
Smart Backup Type
Block-level Backup
Mirror backup - without compression
Mirror backup with individual file compression (.zip)
Full backup
Store multiple versions for full backup type
Incremental and differential backup types
Password protected zip files
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)
Test backups (uses CRC32)
"Test after backup" option
Set test thread priority
Create test log
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)
Restore preview
Restore wizard
Restore specific backup increments
Filter files to restore
Restore selected version of a file/folder
Backup4all Professional (PAID) FBackup (Free)