Rebit is award-winning PC backup software from BETSOL.
Protecting hundreds of thousands of customers for over a decade with simple PC backup.
Continuous Data Protection
Hybrid Cloud, Network, and Local Backup
1-Click Recovery and Cloning
Breakthrough Technology Protected by US Patents
- 8356174: Secure networked data shadowing
- 8126851: Data shadowing system recovery
- 7640280: Automatically shadowing data and file structures from memory
- 8046335: Data shadowing system memory module
- 8266105: Computer image replication system
- 7899789: Data shadowing for networked computers with network-attached memory
Fully Automatic – Goes to work whenever your computer is connected to the cloud, backup drive, wireless network, or LAN.
Drive Rotation – Backup to multiple drives and rotate them offsite for additional disaster protection.
Continuous Data Protection – Rebit monitors changes to your files and backs them up within moments. File versions are maintained so you can go back in time to any previous version.
Concurrent Direct and Network Backup – Backup to hard drives connected directly (USB, eSATA, etc.) or networked. Wireless backup or LAN connections to Network Attached Storage (NAS).
Full System Restore – Easily recover the entire system hard drive from any catastrophic event – hard drive crash, virus or corrupted software installation.
Data Health Dashboard – Backup status in the “at-a-glance” display shows the progress of backups in real time.
Gain peace of mind with ridiculously simple backup
Frequently Asked Questions ( FAQ )
What is PC backup software?
PC backup software creates copies of your data so that it can be restored in case of a disaster. PC backup software will perform numerous functions to ensure you have a safe backup of your data. First, the software will scan across your PC to ensure all data sources are captured and eligible for backup. Second, the software will regularly schedule backups so that you can be assured your backed-up data is current. More advanced software will monitor for changes and back up those changes as they happen. Third, the software will back your data up to multiple locations, including onsite (local copies such as to an external hard) and offsite (such as the cloud, in case of an event such as an onsite fire, the data will still be safe). Fourth, the software should maintain past versions of backed-up files so that if a file is unintentionally changed, you can revert to a previous version.
How do I automatically backup files?
PC backup software can automatically backup files to a variety of destinations, ensuring your backups are current in case of a disaster. The software should have automatic scheduling built in, performing back ups daily, weekly, or even in real time. Advanced software will monitor for changes and back up changes as they happen, ensuring you always have the latest versions back up.
What is the use of backup and restore?
Backup refers to the process of storing copies of your files in case of disaster. Restore is the process of retrieving backed up copies of files in case you need to recover from a disaster. Effective PC backup software helps automate the process of backup and restore to make these tasks as simple as possible.
Does restore backup delete everything?
Each backup software behaves differently but restoring does not typically delete anything. If your data has been lost and you are attempting to restore your data from a backup, you would typically be restoring to an empty computer. In this case, your backed-up files would be copied from the backup location to your computer so that you can once again use them. If some of the files already exist on your computer, you are typically given the option to replace them with the backed-up versions or skip them.