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Adrian (Softland)
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Postby Adrian (Softland) » Mon Oct 20, 2008 2:25 pm

We're glad to announce the launch of the FBackup Forums.

Although we'll try to watch the topics posted here in the forums, we cannot guarantee we'll answer all questions as these forums are intended to be by the users and for the users. If you have experience with FBackup you can help us by sharing your knowledge with other users.

We do not assume responsibility for the posts made by the forum users, so please make sure you understand that advices here are provided as is with no guarantee (though we'll try to keep up and moderate them).

Before posting a problem about FBackup, make sure you have the latest version installed by visiting the download page: Download FBackup.

Also, use the search function to see if a similar question hasn't already been answered and you can check the help file or the FAQ section for instructions.

Any user that posts abusive messages or spam will be banned from the forums.

Topics shouldn't be started in the Announcements forum (that's for official announcements) and if you have a question about FBackup you should start a new topic instead of replying to a tutorial/announcement/post which has a different subject than your question.

Thank you and welcome to the FBackup forums!

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Postby winston.707 » Sat Mar 07, 2009 5:51 pm

Oh, so this forum isn't that old, only 4 months! I didn't realize since I am almsot new here. I must say, considering that fact, it is very active and there are a lot of very useful posts, so that just wshows how popular FBackup is :) Well no wonder, it's a great software!

Adrian (Softland)
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Postby Adrian (Softland) » Mon Mar 09, 2009 11:12 am

Welcome to the forums, FBackup is not that old either, and indeed its popularity is on the rise.

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Postby BobT » Fri Dec 11, 2009 7:03 am

Is FBackup 4.3.171 compatible with Windows 7. I just started using it and it works well. Many thanks,

Adrian (Softland)
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Postby Adrian (Softland) » Mon Dec 14, 2009 2:54 pm

Yes FBackup is compatible with Windows 7

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