Your daily local backup
Why UpdateStar Local Backup? Because your data is worth a backup copy! The software not only copies the original files but also future changes made to the files and directories.
 
The files are copied exactly and put on the target disk so that they can also be accessed using the Windows Explorer.
 
Welcome to the Getting Started guide for new users of UpdateStar Local Backup. This guide is intended for people who want to start using Local Backup. In three simple steps we will guide you through the process of installing and activating Local Backup on your computer. This will enable you to backup important files locally on an external device.
Three steps to set up UpdateStar Local Backup
Getting started with Local Backup is straight-forward and a five minute investment. And you will profit from the service it provides.
Step 1: Download, install and launch UpdateStar Local Backup
Please visit our download page to download the installation file.

Afterwards follow the installation wizard instructions and finish the installation on your computer.

Now you can launch Local Backup for the first time on your computer by double-clicking on the Local Backup icon on your desktop.
Step 2: Create your first backup 
Now you can begin with your scan for available password information on your computer by clicking on the "Scan local computer" button on start-up. The first scan can take a few seconds, so please be patient.

The scan will finish and the scan results will be shown. You may now explore available license information in the list view window.
Step 3: Get your full license
If you are using the demo version of Local Backup your passwords are not being shown completely. You may register the product to have all information shown, exported or printed completely. You can get your stand-alone 1 PC license for only $24.95. Or get the 3 PC license for only $49.95 in our Store.

Once you received your license information via email you can unlock the program via the main menu. Now you are ready to use our full service.
 
That's it.


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