This article will show you how to download, install and use backup plugins in Backup4all. There are currently over 100 free backup plugins that you can load in Backup4all and easily back-up specific apps and data sets. You can also create your own backup plugins using the Plugin Creator.
This article explains how to install and uninstall Backup4all using the command line parameters. Backup4all can be installed with various command line parameters that are useful when an unattended installation is needed.
By default, Backup4all will create a new entry in "Start menu->Backup4all 6" (For Backup4all 5 it will be "Start menu -> Backup4all 5"). If you move it to another location, the default one will be recreated when you restart Backup4all. In order to put the Backup4all start menu entry into another location, you have to do that when you install Backup4all. In this article we will explain how to do that.