About FBackup

FBackup is a free backup software to backup files or folders using "mirror backup". It allows you to create one time backup or scheduled/automatic backup job to any USB removable storage device, local hard drive or network shared location. With the support for many plugins, you can easily backup the software files that saved deep within. However, it does not support neither system backup nor disk imaging. Therefore, you need to find an FBackup alternative to create disk image or create system image. Furthermore, it only keeps 1 version of backup, so incremental backup and differential backup is out of the question.

Free alternative to FBackup - AOMEI Backupper Standard

Free backup and restore software, AOMEI Backupper Standard allows you to create image backup of Windows system, entire hard drive, files and folders to any local or network location as long as it is detected in File Explorer. You can use it to create multiple scheduled backup jobs and keep as many versions of backup as you want. Therefore, it can be regarded as a replacement for FBackup. Besides that, AOMEI Backupper provides more functions such as incremental backup and differential backup, image encryption, email notification, etc. apart from restoring a backup with Windows, you can create a bootable media in order to restore image backup after disaster . What’s more, you can also restore system to dissimilar hardware in case you can want to move Windows installation to another/new computer without reinstalling.

Create a system image backup with AOMEI Backupper

As a software similar to FBackup, AOMEI Backupper has made it extremely easily to create a system image backup. You do not need to select the items to be included in the system backup as the program will do it automatically.

1. Download AOMEI Backupper, install and launch the program on your computer.

2. Click "new backup" or the Backup tab, and, in the next screen, select "System Backup".

System Backup

3. The program will give the task a task name and you can change it. Then click on “Step 2” to choose a local folder or a network share folder as the destination location to receive the backup.

Step 2

4. For extra options, you can configure them from the “Backup Options” button. After that, click “Start Backup” to start the backup.

Start Backup

While the backup is running, there will be 2 check boxes available that aim to verify the backup’s integrity and shutdown the computer after the backup finishes. If you are looking for an FBackup alternative, AOMEI Backupper is the one.