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SmartSync Pro

What if one day your hard drive crashes or a virus wipes out everything on your computer? Are you aware that in this case you will lose ALL your vital data? Don't wait for that to happen to you!
You should backup all your data to other hard disk. If you lose your data, it take much more time to get it back. And you know, its not that easy.

Smart Sync Pro giving you another option to backup data at your hard drive.
With price started $45, you will get key features like this:

- Backup to any media device
- ZIP compression with AES 256-bit encryption
- Enhanced scheduler
- Flexible filtering system
- Email notifications
- Can be run as service under 2000/XP/2003/Vista/2008

There are 6 reasons why you should buy Smart Sync Pro:

1. SmartSync Pro is an all-inclusive backup and synchronization solution, intended for broad range of individual and corporate PC users.

2. Flexibility and ease of configuration. Very intuitive and user-friendly interface.

3. Very fast and reliable backups and restores. You will never lose your critical data!

4. Fast, friendly and accurate support.

5. You can easily synchronize computers (e.g. home and office) even not connected over LAN..

6. Multilanguage interface (English, French, German, Chinese...).

And, if you are using another backup software and you want to switch to Smart Sync Pro, you will get 35% discount.
You will get lower price with higher quality from Smart Sync Pro

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