Clickfree Backup System

clickfree1Both moms and tech geeks are sure to love this product line. It’s called Clickfree, and automates the nightmare of backing up all your digital content – photos, artwork, music, documents, and much more. Now, with Clickfree, there isn’t any excuse for not backing up your precious content.  The product is so simple to use, you literally just plug in the USB cable or insert the DVD.  That’s it.

Today, 85% of the population does no back up at all (DeLoitte & Touche, 2007). If you’re part of that 85%, and have ever lost all your photos or personal documents when your computer hard drive crashed, you know how heart-breaking that can be. Anyone who has digital “stuff,” such as photos, scrapbooking collages, and web designs, you can’t afford to neglect backing up your data.

Traditionally an extremely tedious and complicated process, backing up your PC is easy as using a toaster when you have Clickfree.  In fact, your microwave is probably more complicated! Clickfree has evolved traditional storage technology applications into a modern-day solution that makes saving digital content as easy as plug and play.  Clickfree devices are designed to automatically start, search, organize and backup your computer’s digital files.

The Clickfree External Hard Drives can automatically back up more than 400 software applications.  All Word files, PowerPoint, email files, attachments within emails, photos, movies, music files.  It even finds preferences, favorite websites and browser lists. A wallet-friendly price tag and record-breaking transfer speeds easily thrust the Clickfree into our list of must have computer gadgets.

The default action is backing up your entire computer hard drive, with the  exception of the obvious things like Windows system folders and cache folders.  The software searches the entire hard drive, all partitions, for file extensions, and will copy them to the Clickfree device.  All original folder structures will be maintained on the Clickfree backup to find your files easily in the future. It also overwrites new versions of files, but leaves anything that you’ve deleted from your local hard drive, which makes it easy to find that long lost client’s work when she asks you for business cards after not returning your phone calls for a year.

Once the backup is complete, a Backup Summary screen will show you how many new files were backed up, the total number of files backed up to-date, the amount of space used in total and the last time you backed up. To simplify the task of finding your data, backed up files are listed by category:  photos, music, email, text docs, spreadsheets, presentations, artwork and drawings, video, favorite websites and others.

The hard drive based units are capable of backing up multiple computers with one device.  Now you can back up your whole home with one Clickfree hard drive backup.  Since no software is installed on the PC being backed up, the Clickfree hard drive will automatically launch on any PC you plug it into.  You can restore your files, view your content, or backup another computer. The best part: it’s both cross version and cross platform compatible – meaning, it works on Windows XP, Vista, and Mac Os X. This also means you can backup data from Windows and restore to a Mac, or vice versa.

Clickfree DVDs are perfect for single use scenarios where data needs to be backed up for archival purposes. The incorporated backup application and DVD burning software make the entire backup process a breeze. The Clickfree Photo DVD automatically searches for and backs up more than 70 different photo formats out of the box, including JPEG, RAW and all popular photo file formats. The Clickfree Music DVD automatically searches for and backs up music files; all popular formats are covered. Ditto with Office and its file formats.

Clickfree products can be found at leading retail outlets across the U.S., including Best Buy, Wal-Mart and Walgreen’s.  They can also be purchased online from or direct from Storage Appliance Corporation (

Clickfree has provided three DVD 5 packs for a giveaway – a 5 Pack Photo DVD set; a 5 pack Office DVD set and a 5 pack Music DVD Set.  One lucky reader will get all three sets. Backing up or transferring data has never been easier. Insert the DVD into the DVD writer and let Clickfree do the rest. There is no installation or set up required.

  • Clickfree Photo DVD Backup is a hassle-free way to protect cherished memories.
  • Clickfree Music DVD is a hassle-free way to protect music collections.
  • Clickfree Office DVD Backup is a hassle-free way to protect critical office data.

Here’s how you can enter to win:

  1. Make sure you have a DVD Writer.
  2. Write a haiku about how heart-breaking losing something or someone can be. This is mandatory, if not done all other entries will be null and void.
  3. For an extra entry you post about it on your blog and leave a comment here with the URL of your post.
  4. As a final entry donate $10.00 (or more if you’d like) to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International. This is a personal crusade, as my younger brother was diagnosed in the emergency room after collapsing at Disney in 2006.  The mission of JDRF is to find a cure for diabetes and its complications through the support of research. They’ve been given the highest rating at Charity Navigator – a site advancing a more efficient and responsive philanthropic marketplace by evaluating the financial health of America’s largest charities. You can donate at Network for Good or via the JDRF website. Make sure to come back and tell us you donated.

This giveaway is open to US readers only (sorry to our international readers)!

The contest will close at 12:00 p.m. EST on Monday April 7th.

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65 responses to “Clickfree Backup System

  1. here’s a great simple example of a haiku about loss:
    Spring ahead and lose
    an hour. What I could have done
    in that length of time

  2. I know how heartbreaking it is to lose something we lost my brother in a car accident years ago. It was so heartbreaking and still a struggle everyday. I would love to win this.

  3. susan

    Now the joyful times
    is quieted by a loss
    leaving only us

  4. somewhere in the depths
    her baby pictures still are
    all those ones and ohs

  5. My life my data
    Gone into the deep abyss
    Never to be seen

  6. Jennifer M

    All the words are gone
    Oh no, the black screen of death
    That cannot be good

  7. Dark empty hole
    blank screen
    so sad

  8. Veronica

    Alas, all is lost
    Data, Pictures, Documents
    Just memories now.

  9. No More Pain For Him
    In God’s Most Gracious Hands Now
    Miss Him With Silent Tears

  10. My Mother is gone
    Missing her so much
    till we meet again

  11. father of mine – strong
    stubborn imperfect – sorry
    miss him. hope he knows.

  12. litter box is clean
    it reminds me everytime
    cat is gone away

  13. Tears fill up my eyes
    Though disc has dumped it’s contents
    Smiles still in my heart

  14. Worried every day
    Depressed, quiet, and withdrawn
    Miss you already

  15. Mike W

    Where are the car keys?
    We are parked out by the lake
    They are in the car!

  16. I felt heartbreaking when I lost over 1000 mp3 songs I collected over several years because of an accidental click on a website malware pop-up. Urrr

  17. Quanda

    My 18-year-old Nephew.
    Gone too soon. Lots of
    Memories are all what’s left.

  18. Timothy Sternberg

    Here’s a great simple example of a haiku about loss:
    Spring ahead and lose
    an hour. What I could have done
    in that length of time.

  19. Mary D

    Where did the days go
    the smiles, laughter and love
    pictures on a page

  20. sandy

    lost my photographs
    forever gone, lost, now what
    get smart and backup

  21. Carol

    All my data gone
    Lost in a nanosecond
    I can only cry.

  22. tung t.

    where is all my stuff
    a lifetime of collecting
    god, i need a drink

  23. Thomas I.

    images captured
    by man through techology
    but memories fade

  24. Denise

    What a fool I am
    to have let all that work
    go down the can!

  25. Wendi D

    memories trapped in my mind
    in my computer
    can’t share anymore

  26. Darn my hardrive
    taking a dump
    losing all of my precious documents

  27. The diet coke stays
    In the window she passed
    Every time she saw him
    But not anymore

  28. lost a memory
    i cannot find it
    what use is progress
    if it makes you sad

  29. When pain surrounds,
    and loss abounds…
    Cling to the healer,
    And peace will be found.

  30. Sylvia Belle

    I am downsizing my home and this backup system would mean I could get rid of the boxer of pictures.

  31. Cori Westphal

    Hey Mickey you’re so fine.
    You’re so fine you blow my mind.
    Hey Mickey…
    Where did all my music go?

  32. Melanie

    My broken heart bleeds
    Sadness overwhelms my soul
    Alone, I suffer

  33. In the winter of
    my discontent, I lost all
    of my dreams and love.

  34. one click of finger
    video is lost forever
    the sound of my tears

  35. I blogged here:

    warning, warning
    If stories of lost files makes you teary, have tissue handy.

  36. I gladly donated $10 to JDRF.
    Dear Janet Carpenter,

    Thank you for your contribution of $10.00 to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International. You are helping us move even faster down the path to a cure for diabetes and its complications.

  37. James Jenkins


  38. Kat

    There is no beep
    Nor an error message
    Only “File Not Found”

    This would be an awesome asset to own.
    To be able to backup every file, every picture, every video of my sons, my nieces, everything, would be incredible.
    I’ve lost many files before, it’s horrible.
    I cried for days at the magnitude of what I lost and can’t ever be replaced.
    I try to back up when I can, burning disc after disc of pictures, but I sometimes forget, and when you forget or get lazy, think it can’t happen to you, that’s when it happens.
    You lose everything, years of pictures that can’t ever be replaced, it’s devastating.

  39. Jennifer B.

    memories captured
    hard drive crash erases them
    no back-up, they’re gone

  40. JD

    We lost one of my son’s dearest friends to Juvenile Diabetes. He was a star player on my son’s baseball team and the community as well as the team took the loss very hard. The team players are still having a tough time dealing with the loss becasue not only was their frined on the team, he was a friendly kid, always laughing and always there if someone needed him. The team honors his memory during every game by wearing a blue band around their uper calf as blue was their friends favorite color..


  41. JD

    I donated to the JDRF website.


  42. Jim W.

    I donated

  43. Deborah Wellenstein

    Look in the mirror
    I was young and vibrant once
    Who’s that old lady?

  44. Ken Robinson

    A jolt then a shock
    So much work has turned to dust
    I must not give up

    Please accept my entry. Thank you.

  45. Evelyn

    enter me thanks

  46. Abby

    My very first play
    Re-reading it on that train
    Sole copy left there.

  47. Ro

    A knight on a white horse
    A knight in shining armor
    To fantasize a fantasy

  48. Christina

    My time was lost and
    I could never get it back
    But I won’t lose you

  49. ky2here

    My life in one click
    How could I be so foolish
    Damn internet porn

  50. Marianna

    a long time ago
    a girl gave her heart away
    too bad he did not

  51. Leslie


  52. my wedding ring went down the drain.
    riding the ring of the pipe never to be worn again.
    washed away with the memories of the marriage

  53. Erma

    I would love the chance to win, thanks.

  54. Lisa G.

    A hacker took them
    off my computer one night.
    Memories gone bye

    lisalmg25 at gmail dot com

  55. Ed Nemmers

    When I was younger
    Someone stole my bicycle
    I was heartbroken

  56. theodore esteghamat

    Worms are all around
    crawling inside my little pc
    I need protection

  57. Jammie

    Lost in the
    moment of
    a pc crash.

    This has happened to me and it is not fun many pictures just gone.

  58. Kathleen

    We didn’t know time
    With her was so short to be
    Suzie! miss Suzie

  59. Jane Hoh

    Sounds like a perfect way to relax and reminisce. Thank you for the opportunity to win.

  60. Heather C

    Where’s the picture of
    childhood, college, wedding, life
    File 13. They’re gone.

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