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The Kompany debuts backup software for Linux desktops
May 13, 2005

The Kompany has announced availability of a desktop Linux port of tkBackup, its "easy to use and inexpensive" file backup application for embedded Linux devices, tkcBackup.

TkBackup boasts a sophisticated user interface that allows selective file backup and restoration. Files are compressed and saved in .ZIP format, allowing data to be extracted with other tools.

TkBackup's features are said to include:
  • Ability to save backup criteria
  • Backup/Restore Wizard
  • Complete or individual recovery of data files
  • Password protection and encryption
  • Ability to add comments
Available now, tkBackup sells for $19.95 through The Kompany's website.

Visit The Kompany to read more and see screenshots of tkBackup.

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