PC Advisor reviews the best storage software you can use.

5. DataInherit Silver Safe

DataInherit Silver Safe
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  • Reviewed on: 3 June 10
  • RRP: €69 per year

DataInherit Silver Safe is an easy and neat way to pass on digital data, a function that's likely to become more relevant as the years go by. But as you'll need to commit to paying for the rest of your life, it may be of value only to those whose digital estate is sufficiently worthy.

Read our DataInherit Silver Safe review.

4. CloudBerry Explorer for Google Storage

CloudBerry Explorer for Google Storage
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  • Reviewed on: 7 February 11
  • RRP: FREE

Fast, intuitive, and reliable, CloudBerry Explorer is an impressive piece of freeware. The $40 Pro version supports compression and chunking for speeding up large file transfers, and customizable encryption for security. But most developers will not rely on these features, and the free version is quite sufficient for effective management of Google Storage.

Read our CloudBerry Explorer for Google Storage review.

3. Proxure KeepVault

Proxure KeepVault
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  • Reviewed on: 25 September 09
  • RRP: $48 for 40GB

The CDP alone is a reason to consider using KeepVault, but we're also betting you'll like the features and speed. And, if your backup needs exceed 2GB, you'll like the price.

Read our Proxure KeepVault review.

2. CloudBerry Explorer

CloudBerry Explorer
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  • Reviewed on: 8 October 10
  • RRP: FREE

The free version of CloudBerry Explorer is the best freeware manager for Amazon S3 storage. If you're still using Amazon's web interface, switch to CloudBerry Explorer now.

Read our CloudBerry Explorer review.

1. Acronis True Image Home 2010

Acronis True Image Home 2010
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  • Reviewed on: 9 October 09
  • RRP: £39 inc. VAT

Acronis True Image Home 2010 is the first upgrade to True Image we've seen in a while that didn't have "must maintain revenue stream" tattooed all over it. There may still be a few bugs we haven't spotted yet in this new version, but so far it has proved stable, as well as a most satisfying improvement. A 30-day trial on the company's website lets you take a pain-free look-see at Acronis True Image Home 2010.

Read our Acronis True Image Home 2010 review.