Clickfree™, the inventors of effortless automatic computer backup, announced that their new downloadable software, available for download from their website, will be free during Consumer Electronics Show. To get a free Personal Edition of the software, use coupon code CESFREE during the checkout process on Clickfree’s website.
Clickfree™ makes it easy to back up and restore all of the precious content on a computer – including photos, videos, music, emails, spreadsheets, documents and over 500+ other file types. Designed for non-technical consumers and small businesses, Clickfree™ has taken the difficult process of backing up and restoring data and made it totally effortless.
“If you have a hard drive or USB key lying around collecting dust, Clickfree will bring it back to life. No dragging-and-dropping, no complicated software to configure, nothing to remember – just plug it in,” said Bryan McLeod, CEO of Clickfree. “One of the most consistent pieces of feedback we receive is that our products do what we say they will do. More than one million people already know how easy Clickfree™ is – and by making our software available for free download during CES, we are giving everyone the opportunity to enjoy the Clickfree experience at no cost and with no risk.”
After installing the software, customers can connect any USB hard drive or flash key to start the backup. The software will automatically launch, asking the customer if they want to turn that device into a Clickfree™ backup solution. After that, the backup is totally automatic and will run every time that device is plugged into the computer, or it can be left plugged in and will run on a schedule.
Clickfree software is available for Windows 7, Windows Vista and Windows XP. The Personal version supports one computer, and additional versions that support multiple computers can be purchased.
Clickfree™ software is also available pre-installed on various storage media such as hard drives and USB flash drives. These products can be purchased at clickfree.com, many fine electronics retailers around the world, online, or on TV at QVC and The Shopping Channel.